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Tag: color separations

After you create vector artwork for t-shirt printing, there is one more major step the printer has to perform before printing. This additional step is something that everyone has heard of, but very few have tried. It is called color separations. It’s crucial that you learn how to color separate before your artwork is compromised. […]

Getting t-shirts printed is an ideal way to promote your business, organization or event. They are a promotional item that people can actually use, and they have the added bonus of being an advertisement for you. In this post, Adobe Illustrator will be used to create a three-color screen print using a fictional company logo, […]

I previously posted a video on screen printing and although the process was pretty clear, some of you may want to know how the colours are actually separated. There are a few ways to separate colours but using Photoshop to separate a bitmap/flattened image tends to be the most difficult and time consuming. I came […]

So, in the next few months I’ll be teaching Digital Prepress using Adobe’s Acrobat 9 and InDesign in the Continuing Education (CE) department, as well as the Graphic Design for Print & Web program. I thought it would be appropriate to also add posts on InDesign, Acrobat 9 and Typography related content – another course […]