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    Default Digital print for commission - multiply layers

    Dudes - creating an image for a private party. Deliverable going to be for digital print. While prepping for my own work, I use 'multiply' to evoke the trans inks that I use. I want to be able to keep you'd on for my layers (or flatten as a tiff for client). Is this possible? I will most likely not see the digital print. suggestions as how to save the file, keeping trans layers, etc totally appreciated!

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    Flatten it before you send and make sure it looks like you'd like it to. I do that all of the time.

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    Thanks tuffy! Tiff prolly? Just 300 dpi? I'm working on it at final size.

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    Yep.

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    250 dpi will be fine as well. Only a trained eye can see the difference between 250 and 300. Even the difference between 200 and 300 is hard to tell for someone who doesn't know what to look for.

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