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    Default what should I stroke for white underbase?

    Doing a 18" by 24" poster white and gold. How much do you guys normally choke your underbase?

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    on black stock.

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    shouldn't need to underbase anything. gold looks really good on black, white should too. use 156-200.
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    Todo es empezar.

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    In the old days there would have been four crude responses to this, before the first substantive one.

    RIP GP!!!

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    do you ever add white to the gold for opacity?

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    thinking the same thing dan.

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    Im just a textile printer learning to print on paper.

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    thanks Andy!

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    serious!? egads.

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    I came here to post something filthy, but now I kinda don't want to break the chain of no-filth. Carry on...
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