Yes, we can make them in any size you wish. Just write us an email at custom@deepcutstudio.com with your ideas or leave us a note in Contacts menu. Custom mats usually take a week to produce and cost 10 EUR extra to the standard mat price. More information about custom prints in THIS menu.
Yes, of course. On top of that we can modify color tones, draw new elements to the mat, discard something you don’t need, etc. Same link for all your inquiries right HERE.
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First thing first, you should begin with finding the nice picture. Then our recommendation is to download the free and easy to use software to prepare the image for a print – Irfan View. It’s available HERE. Open the picture with Irfan View and let’s make a few steps:
1. Let’s check if the image is the right size for your game mat. Click ctrl+R or choose the menu Image -> Resize/Resample. You might wish to resize the picture and while doing that, make sure, that you keep the resolution for the picture and least 150 DPI. You can set the image size in inches, centimeters or pixels – whichever you find suitable.

2. Save the picture as JPG and be sure to set the image quality to 100 (click ctrl+S or S or choose the menu File -> Save As or Save).

Usually pictures, that are less than 1 MB are of low quality and might not look very good as game mats. Pictures that are up to 20 MB fall into the standard category, pictures that are around 200 MB in size are the printfiles for serious industrial printing.
Let’s see if a simple resize helps. It’s all explained in the question above. Another way to go, is to slice and cut and crop the image. Let’s download another free and easy to use software – Paint .NET. It’s available right HERE. Launch the Paint .NET and let’s follow a couple of steps:
1. Click ctrl+N or File -> New. Enter the resolution for the new image (make sure it’s at least 150 DPI) and enter the desired size in centimeters or inches.

2. Drag your picture onto the Paint .NET window and choose Open in the new dialog window. You should now have two pictures open on paint .NET: your blank image in correct game mat size and the picture that you want to see on the game mat.
3. Select the picture, click ctrl+A or Edit -> Select All, then click ctrl+C or Edit -> Copy. Select your blank image and click ctrl+V or Edit -> Paste. Now you can drag the original image around to select the required part of the image on the game mat, resize it to fill the full area, etc.

In case all fails, feel free to contact us with your request right HERE.