I've been scouring the forums for a full description of doing 4 color process printing on paper and have only been able to find bits and pieces. I've been working on doing some photo prints for a while and I've got the basic structure down, but have tried various conflicting techniques (different screen angles, color order, etc) with varying levels of success but still feel like I could get much better results.
If anyone can give me a full run through of the process they use in doing this kind of work that would be an amazing help. Screen angles for bitmap conversions, color order, ink transparency (i'm using water based inks), any info you can give would be amazing!
If this info already exists on here and anyone can post links that would be amazing!
I'm printing on super white french paper with 290 - 305 mesh counts screens.