I have a sort of shadowbox frame. I want to print something (a mountainous landscape) so that it's best viewed when the frame leaned back from the observer at 45 degrees. Is stretching (to 200% height) the best way to achieve this?
I have a model-prop that will stand up straight (-45deg from the backdrop) in front of it.
I am not particularly creative, or close to well-versed in artistic terminology, which is painful when I'm trying to create something.
Terribly sorry for the bad demo but this is what I'm thinking of
- Black is the frame
- Red is the picture
- Purple is the the prop
- Orange is a triangle of wood to hold the prop up
- And blue is the support for holding the frame up.