Mega Man X / Sigma / Super Nintendo Geekery Poster/ Fine Art Print / Retro Gamer Art

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Mega Man X / Sigma / Super Nintendo Geekery Poster/ Fine Art Print / Retro Gamer Art

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Overview

Materials

Illustrator, Photoshop, Archival Ink, Archival Paper, love, creativity, imagination

Dimensions

Height: 19 Inches; Width: 13 Inches

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Handmade item

Shipping & returns

Ready to ship in 3–5 business days
From United States
Returns and exchanges accepted
Exceptions may apply. See return policy

Description

The year is 2120 and Dr. Cain discovers a capsule that once belonged to Dr. Thomas Light. Inside the capsule was a robot of thinkable design. The main difference of this robot was that it was equipped of Free Will. Cain brought the robot home known as Mega Man X, or just X. And after a year of research he duplicated X creating the Reploids.

•••• I highly recommend getting this printed on the Metallic Paper option! ••••

Each print has been printed on a somerset enhanced velvet Paper (mould made of 100% cotton, this radiant white paper yields exceptional depth of color with a true velvety fine art texture. The surface of the paper becomes an inherent part of the finished print, without overwhelming the image, but adding a fine art element to the composition.) with Archival Ink.

Unless you choose the "Metallic" option, in which this option features a metallic high gloss surface. The results of these prints are sharp, vibrant and exceptionally rich looking.

I use this paper with the combination of the archival inks because it gives me the ability to include some incredible detail. If you get this and you notice some creases, please don't panic! They're added in there as a designed element and is part of the piece.

This Print is an Open Image, all images will be personally signed by myself and come with a freebie!

Print's will be shipped in a sturdy mailing tube.


© 2018 Tom Ryan's Studio
The year is 2120 and Dr. Cain discovers a capsule that once belonged to Dr. Thomas Light. Inside the capsule was a robot of thinkable design. The main difference of this robot was that it was equipped of Free Will. Cain brought the robot home known as Mega Man X, or just X. And after a year of research he duplicated X creating the Reploids.

•••• I highly recommend getting this printed on the Metallic Paper option! ••••

Each print has been printed on a somerset enhanced velvet Paper (mould made of 100% cotton, this radiant white paper yields exceptional depth of color with a true velvety fine art texture. The surface of the paper becomes an inherent part of the finished print, without overwhelming the image, but adding a fine art element to the composition.) with Archival Ink.

Unless you choose the "Metallic" option, in which this option features a metallic high gloss surface. The results of these prints are sharp, vibrant and exceptionally rich looking.

I use this paper with the combination of the archival inks because it gives me the ability to include some incredible detail. If you get this and you notice some creases, please don't panic! They're added in there as a designed element and is part of the piece.

This Print is an Open Image, all images will be personally signed by myself and come with a freebie!

Print's will be shipped in a sturdy mailing tube.


© 2018 Tom Ryan's Studio

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars (509)

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Returns & exchanges

I gladly accept returns and exchanges

Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 30 days of delivery

I don't accept cancellations

But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
  • Items on sale

Shipping policies

Please allow 5- 7 business days for processing the orders. I ship the prints out in a heavy duty cardboard mailing tube. The prints are carefully wrapped and rolled in a single sheet of newsprint paper. Then they are inserted into the tube and taped shut for mailing.

Each order is shipped out using USPS First Class and comes with tracking information that is given to you in a shipping confirmation email so you can keep track of your art from studio to your wall.

Additional policies

I love your art, but I see that you don't ship outside the US and Canada. Can you make an exception?
Yes! Absolutely I can and will ship outside the United States. Please contact me for inquiries and I will get you the shipping cost for your items.

What type of printing process do you use?
I use a process of Giclee printing that utilizes archival inks and acid free paper. Each print has been printed on a somerset enhanced velvet Paper (mould made of 100% cotton, this radiant white paper yields exceptional depth of color with a true velvety fine art texture. The surface of the paper becomes an inherent part of the finished print, without overwhelming the image, but adding a fine art element to the composition.) with Archival Ink.

I use this paper with the combination of the archival inks because it gives me the ability to include some incredible detail. If you get this and you notice some creases, please don’t panic! They’re added in there as a designed element and is part of the piece. Each print then is inspected by me before being shipped out, so you're guaranteed the best quality print I can give every time.

What does "Hand Painted" mean on your journals?
Well it means that each has been hand painted or drawn on directly by myself. So you're receiving something unique and original. I generally use Inks, and Acrylics to create the art found on the journals.

Do you ship outside the United States?
Yes, please contact with the item(s) you're interested in purchasing and where you live (postal codes included) and I will estimate shipping cost for you.

Do you do Custom or Commissioned work?
Yes! Please feel free to contact me and we can work out an agreement. Once a design concept and price is agreed upon I generally require half up front and the remainder at the completion.
I love your art, but I see that you don't ship outside the US and Canada. Can you make an exception?
Yes! Absolutely I can and will ship outside the United States. Please contact me for inquiries and I will get you the shipping cost for your items.

What type of printing process do you use?
I use a process of Giclee printing that utilizes archival inks and acid free paper. Each print has been printed on a somerset enhanced velvet Paper (mould made of 100% cotton, this radiant white paper yields exceptional depth of color with a true velvety fine art texture. The surface of the paper becomes an inherent part of the finished print, without overwhelming the image, but adding a fine art element to the composition.) with Archival Ink.

I use this paper with the combination of the archival inks because it gives me the ability to include some incredible detail. If you get this and you notice some creases, please don’t panic! They’re added in there as a designed element and is part of the piece. Each print then is inspected by me before being shipped out, so you're guaranteed the best quality print I can give every time.

What does "Hand Painted" mean on your journals?
Well it means that each has been hand painted or drawn on directly by myself. So you're receiving something unique and original. I generally use Inks, and Acrylics to create the art found on the journals.

Do you ship outside the United States?
Yes, please contact with the item(s) you're interested in purchasing and where you live (postal codes included) and I will estimate shipping cost for you.

Do you do Custom or Commissioned work?
Yes! Please feel free to contact me and we can work out an agreement. Once a design concept and price is agreed upon I generally require half up front and the remainder at the completion.

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