I did too! Just received them today. Was thinking of starting a thread like you did. I too like what I received and think they were packaged nicely. However, my largest one had three bent corners. The box and all the wrapping was intact so I don't know if it was during shipping or not. Came on here to look for a tech support number that I can't find for some reason.
Anyway here are the ones I got printed on metal. Hanging them in a coffee shop that has an industrial feel to the design:
Would have done a few more if I could have afforded it.
I wish the metal prints came in a matte finish. I think it would lend to the look a lot better. They are lightweight and the corners are rounded. Very manageable. One of my concerns was that they would have sharp edges, but, no, they don't.
Thanks, Richard..my prints always look the same as you see on your screen and most of the time even better close up on prints :) I will buy a acrylic print next and see what that looks like so far through my past purchases I have never been disappointed. Canvas and metal prints I have bought from here. The metal prints have a glossy finish look, very modern look I would say. I'm very happy with them and cant wait to hear some feedback from family and friends :)
I paid about $21 for shipping to New York and that was the cheapest option. I do wish they would use UPS ground instead of FedEx ground though. My experience has been that UPS Ground is much faster. FedEx Ground service in my area leaves a lot to be desired....
Thank you, Beth. I just to add that if there is a problem FAA handles that professionally too. The damaged piece that I'm returning is being picked up at my house and I don't have to pay. Just leave it outside the door. It's so nice not. To have the hassle of going to the post office and dealing with all that mess. Can't wait to receive the replacement. :-)
Has anyone bought metal prints of their paintings? I do pastel and watercolor mostly and wonder how they would look. Seems like most of the posts here are from photographers, whose work looks great! Has anyone tried to sell them at a show?