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    Default editioning ? - switching colors

    I'm printing some stuff and decided to use a different color for half of the run. What's the rule? Would these be considered part of the same edition?

    Also some of them I am printing a color on top, on others this color goes under other colors. Both ways look fine, just different. Same question. Thanks.

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    NO RULLLLEEEZZZ! Seriously, it's kinda up to you. I'd make them separate editions, but I've seen it done both ways. The only people that care about this kind of thing are the weirdo-collector number fetishists.
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    Number every print 1x(a+2b)=z of 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichieGoodtimes View Post
    Number every print 1x(a+2b)=z of 3.
    What does a soft-tipped pencil have to do with any of this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by edwardo_machino View Post
    What does a soft-tipped pencil have to do with any of this?
    it's actually in the tamarind press guidelines

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    I always sucked with functions. And equations. I'm trying to figure that out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricv64 View Post
    it's actually in the tamarind press guidelines
    awesome.. soo happy right now.

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    technically, different papers merit different editions, as do color variations. can you choose to ignore this? yes, you can. i have done stuff like #1-100 of an edition are on one paper, and #101-200 are on a different paper, printed at the same time.

    then again, i have also rolled through stop signs, worn white after labor day, and eaten pasta with a salad fork.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayryan View Post

    then again, i have also rolled through stop signs, worn white after labor day, and eaten pasta with a salad fork.
    jeeze louise no wonder they ran you outta Chicago

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