nonchalant obsession wrote:This may just confuse you, but this is how it works at our printers.
If the drawing is a one color creation, I think it could be scanned and made into an image for the printer without too much trouble.
nonchalant obsession wrote:Now if you wanted to get fancy, you could use thin paper to create another color image to lay over the other. Then a screen could be made from that for the other color. Like say a red ukulele. You would have to have a guide to line up the images. Otherwise I don't know how they could separate the colors for the screens. I'm sure someone knows more about this than me, and you should confirm my info with Sherry before you do too much work. I'm sure printers vary in their requirements.
nonchalant obsession wrote:I've only ever had shirts made using computer generated images which make it easy for the printer to separate the colors for the screens.
nonchalant obsession wrote:I hope we get shirts too, or hoodies! I want to brag about us (and I do) to everyone. I should try to be more subtle I know. I'll try making a less "in your face" creation this weekend.
nonchalant obsession wrote:Thanks Sherry. That gives me a better vision for the overall look we should shoot for. I'll check with biscuit for the rest of the details. Good luck with your move. How exciting! Dream house? Iirc, the one you were in was in such a beautiful location.
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