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Simplifying Color Separations

Simplifying Color Separations

These tried-and-true approaches to prepping artwork for print can make your process more manageable and repeatable.

Author: Lindsay Merwald/Monday, November 30, 2015/Categories: Industry News - Graphic

(Quoted from Thomas Trimmingham and Screenweb.com. Full article here.)
Pulling colors from artwork so that they can be reproduced on screen-printed apparel doesn’t need to be complicated. In fact, the whole process of breaking a design down into printable sections of color shouldn’t require years of experience, custom software, or intense mathematical formulas. The best way to separate a design for screen printing is often the simplest, keeping as much of the feel of the original design as possible in the final print.

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