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This is part of a poster I'm printing, 3 colors, metallic silver, fluorescent green, and black. I wanted the green part to glow in the dark, can I print glow ink on top of the fluorescent green and...
maybe you're lucky it got pulled down as quick as it did?
yes, the screen is completely dry in the picture.
Mixed emulsion before applying, it's a brand new screen never used, was degreased beforehand.
What would cause these water splashes/marks on the screen? It washed out seemingly well enough, would this affect printing?
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I'd imagine it's the band name that's more the problem as I don't see anything wrong with the image, though I doubt there's much you could do about that.
Thanks guys for the replies! Another question, I'm trying to get some transparencies printed at 12x18 and I'm being quoted $15-20 per transparency. Is this normal?
thank you loco.
also, it seems everything is lining up when viewed at 100% (see first photo), but viewed at about 50% there is a white line dividing the colors. will this show up when i print?
I'm working on separating an 11x17 300 dpi flat file in photoshop for printing transparencies. Is it normal for there to be jagged edges viewed at 100% on screen? Like threshold jagged? Sorry if this...
started building this past weekend!
Thank you so much!!
thanks guys, i was looking through some of the plans in this forum, i feel like i could probably build most of this stuff myself, gonna go to the hardware store this weekend! thanks again.
Hello, I've been making posters for my local scene for a few years now and wanted to finally take the plunge into screenprinting posters and shirts for my own band. I came across this and wanted to...
No, thats not it. The hat had colored dots, red, blue, and green I think, thanks for your response though.
Looking for a poster of a skull with a polka dot birthday hat on. I saw this hanging on somebody's wall, am pretty sure I've seen it posted on here. Thanks.
this is awesome, i am going to attempt this!
Thanks a lot guys, I really appreciate it. 2D vs. 3D never would have crossed my mind in this case. Thanks again.
Here is a poster I'm working on for a class. Any suggestions, I still need to draw the shot glass properly and I'm trying to make the bottle look like a Jose Cuervo one. Is the type too much? Thanks....
I really love this style. Can anyone give me more examples of other gig posters like this? thanks.
thanks guys for all of the helpful suggestions, i really appreciate it.
I hate the type too, but it's the band's "logo". Thanks
It's still a work in progress, but I don't know if it's "working". What do you think? I know I need to fix the chalk outline.