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Diamond Painting : How to choose between round and square diamonds?

Diamond Painting : How to choose between round and square diamonds?

Square and round diamonds, what's the difference?

When choosing between a square and round diamond shape, it's important to remember that there are no right answers. As with so many things in life, it's more or less a subjective preference! Your goal should be to choose the shape that you personally find most beautiful to you.

In diamond painting, a "diamond" simply refers to the shape of each diamond that you paint on your canvas.

Round diamonds for simplicity

Round diamonds are generally preferred by beginners because they are easier to pick up and place on the canvas with the pen. This makes the transition smoother and the work faster. Also, round diamonds are known to shine more brightly, especially on larger paintings.

Square diamonds for large canvases

Square diamonds look a little "sharper" than round diamonds. The reason for this is simple: they line up more easily and form a more "complete" mosaic when viewed from a distance. They fit together very well and have no gaps. They are therefore particularly preferred for the design of large canvases. Second, the "snapping" of the square diamonds that occurs when trying to fill in the gaps is very pleasing to customers. Finally, square diamonds are easier and quicker to pick up and process by professionals. A statistical study was conducted to find out what type of diamonds are most valued by diamond painting enthusiasts, and it turned out that the majority prefer square diamonds to round ones, 383 to 87.

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