I've yet to cut the color on this. This is one large ink actually done on two boards, Mr. White is to the right.
This is an ink that the color separations where done on tracing paper with a sharpie of all things then scanned and cleaned up.
And a skateboard for good measure that was hand painted color knock outs, airbrushed then one silkscreen black.
that huge eyeskull is rad.
those are awesome, i really like the first one
Caribou, because the following can be done. Say I mask out 10 boards, all with different trapped colors; a version with purple wings, red wings, yellow wings etc, that way if they are all properly indexed it's much more efficient to do just the black via silkscreen. Otherwise I'd have to mask out 8 boards at once with the same redundant masking, hand cut, from a trace. That would be 10 hours alone for that. It's a big masking job. As well silkscreening has no shelf, so it covers over the shelves of the piled trapped colors.
Sorry for being long winded, but had to explain it. The Devil is in the details.
gotcha...didn't even think about multiple boards with different colors. totally makes sense.