5-color design and separation: white, gold, red, brown, and black ink. One of my best seps so far! Notice the football is a different color brown than the turkey body – that effect was achieved by doing an interlocking halftone shade of red in the football.
Also notable about this separation is that we did overlapping, interlocking wet-on-wet red and gold ink (gold after red) to achieve the very smooth gradients. Flashing between the colors didn’t turn out nearly so well!
October is nigh at my screen printing shop!
I’m rather proud of this separation! It’s a four-color design with two white screens (under base and hilight) – very tight registration printed on our automatic press by my talented colleague Eric.
A subtle halftone print for a high school production of Cinderella
4-color separation for hooded sweatshirts, including print order animation and the finished product!
My roommate Maggie Cee is putting on another amazing Femme Show – this Friday and Saturday! And we printed the T-shirts! Check it out at https://www.facebook.com/events/482154965286160/
Aqua ink on a black shirt needs a layer of white underneath in order to be the bright color you expect it to be. The white screen is slightly thinner than the aqua screen, so we can avoid white peeking out around the edges!
2-color separation – gold and purple. I’m proud of how this one turned out! Started from a full-color image, but the customer wanted to go with just two ink colors!
A color separation from yesterday, plus the final product!
6 color separation, with halftones. This design is my breakthrough into the world of complex index color separations. There has definitely been a learning curve, but I’m really excited to keep learning!
Here’s an animation of the Everett Football champions design.