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Cool man, we're also in NE!
Hey guys, it's been a long while since I've checked in here. Been working on a lot of of commercial design work but recently got back to putting some ink down - right now I'm working on this guy...
Good stuff man! Where in PDX are you at?!
I second either Seizure Palace or Diesel Fuel. I've never used them for poster printing since we print our own work but both are awesome guys if that helps!
I wish, but as far as I can tell that's a whole separate deal.
We just signed up for the Creative Cloud, I gotta say it's pretty damn awesome so far. Just the ability to be able to use Dreamweaver, Flash and Muse for web and phone/tablet stuff is pretty bad ass.
Looks like ours are not available anymore either.
Ours is from Vol. 2 on allposters
Huh, looks like we have one on there as well... This should be fun!
^^We do this as well.
Same here, I somehow ended up with a shit load of them and use them for pretty much everything.
We just cut up old plastic fake credit cards from credit card offers you get in the mail, or old key cards for hotels and etc...
Man it's been quit a while since I've posted on GP - the wife and I bought a house about 5 months ago in NE Portland and having been working FULL FORCE to make it as kick ass as possible... Print...
We mix house paint with speedball black to ensure good opacity and make it less runny. Adding transparent base will do the opposite of what you're trying to achieve however, and make it more...
Alison is right on, we get about 30 or so films from our 1400.
I've had some show up occasionally inverted like that if the image is not saved as RGB.
I suggest using some fabric and a sewing machine.
I love this.
What ink are you using?! What is it's consistency?
what are you using to expose? could also possibly be that your emulsion is thicker on the edges than in the middle.
So like where are the squeegee shirts? I still want one.
We use it to comp colors for our screen printed stuff most of the time as well.