Chris Mohler wrote:
At the risk of pulling this even further off topic. Is there anywhere
on the net I can learn enough to understand what you guys are talking
about? I want to learn to do t-shirts, but it seems that there's so
many ways of doing it (from this conversation) that I don't even know
where to start.
On Sun, Oct 25, 2009 at 7:18 PM, Ismael Barros² <razielm...@gmail.com> wrote:
... masterful elision by Patrick ...
That's with transfer/sublimation or with screen printing?
We use this: http://www.freewear.org/images/navigation/compiling/compiling_xr.jpg
With our technique what Omari Stephens states is true, that's why we
always try to remove gradients and to minimize the number of colors of
Heh - I've pulled a manual halftone screen before, and I assure you
that _with my own eyes_ I have witnessed a woman screening four-color
process *manually*. Onto sweatshirts. Now I would never recommend
4CP on a manual press, but it can be done ;-) And a halftone gradient
with 2 or 3 spot colors is really not that hard once you've nailed the
halftone size/shape/angle, screen mesh, and exposure time.
And for the record I dislike DTG (direct to garment) and sublimation
printing - give me screens and good old plastisol any day ;)
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