Haven't been around in a while, but this one is a bit or a brain buster for me and I could use some help from GP. I was following Richie's Sim Process guide, but I'm not sure it can be entirely applied here.
Customer wants this image
screenprinted on the back of a navy blue t-shirt. My problem is that I only have five heads to work with (head 6 is a heater), and I can't seem to get this separated and have it not look like a bunch of blue blobs. Original image is high res.
Question for the seasoned vets is whether this is even do-able, before I call the client and tell them we can't do it with our equipment.
Use the shirt color as the darkest blue (if ok with customer) I wouldn't even bother with an underbase being that the lightest color still has a blue tone to it. I see five different shades of blue if you can use the shirt color to make up the darkest, I would do this as a spot color sep, simulated process seems like it would be more trouble than it needs to be, and it would not lend anything positive to the print.