Color 2 is a medium-light cloud gray, with lots of transparency.
Set up for print. This is the heaviest coverage color, and we're leaving it at these 2 today because we want the inks bone dry cured before we start piling other colors up on top of them.
On the rack
It's like grill and cheese.
This is gonna be way too good.
Color 3 is a neutral gray-brown. It functions as an underbase for the grass and trees, with highlights struck out.
Set up to go
50 Shades of Gray? looking forward to seeing how this develops.
[QUOTE=crosshair;2049831]Color 2 is a medium-light cloud gray, with lots of transparency.
don't you clean your spattle in between the colors, Dan? what a mess...
It's also important to point out that Dan can, for example, knock out an area over 9 colors without even blinking an eye. We realized day one, we were in the printing boot camp of Mt. Everest basecamp.... the question was, had Nick and I trained enough for this?
Very different shades. I never use gray made from just black & white. The cloud grays are very purple, and this one has a lot of Raw Umber in it. None of them contain more than a few drops of black, if any.
Originally Posted by WEINBERG
i need a Crosshair shirt....