Custom Diamond Painting Full Kits 5D Diamond Art Personalised Photo Square Gem Pictures by Number Kits 30X30cm
About this deal
We do not manufacture your custom diamond painting until you have signed off on the proof we send you.
Of course, if there is a physical manufacturing defect, then we will of course rectify the issue, but we cannot refund a custom item which you have given approval to proceed because of change of mind. We advise that the subject of your photo take up most (70-90%) of the frame for the ideal diamond painting. Square diamonds may be preferred when creating smaller canvases due to the longer time taken and no gaps between the pieces, but is still a suitable choice up to medium-large size artworks.
Double sided tape can be identified easily becuse of the white paper used t protect the sticky side of the tape.
If you're not happy, you have the ability to select a different size before you pay and we manufacture your diamond painting. So please have a look around and if you have any questions you can get in touch from any of the product pages. If you have just begun to embark in this new hobby of Diamond Painting, you might be wondering what shape of diamonds to use on your very first work of art.One of the most common questions we hear: "Why is the white part of my diamond painting a different colour? And when there's a slight red hue on your entire photo, that red bleeds into parts of your painting you would expect to be white.
However, from a distance, the gaps are compensated by the colour of the background and become unnoticeable. That way, when we blow your photo up and print it onto a canvas, your final painting will look as crystal clear as your original photo. Diamond Pixels Australia will assume that you possess the appropriate permission to use the image you provide.Square drills create sharp lines and clean picture since they fit together very nicely with no gaps. If you do not have the legal right to use the image, please seek permission from the copyright holder. Illustrations on the other hand have far fewer colours and less detail, so do better at smaller sizes compared to photos.