Tips for printing

  1. Use any paper and any printer

  2. Ink jet printers make a softer color and print

  3. Laser printers make the paper a little thicker

  4. Play with the percentage settings to make bigger and smaller versions

The frog on the left was printed with a laser printer, the one on the right with a inkjet printer. I used the same paper for both.

Laser printers print sharper images, while ink jet printers need thicker photo paper to make sharp images. You can see how the frog on the right has a softer edge to the eyes because I printed with an ink jet printer with regular paper. The laser makes things have a slight sheen as well. Laser printed paper becomes more thick from the printing process. This can make things a little harder to fold, but also means things last longer.