Sunday, June 23, 2013
A Guide Book To "The Art of T-Shirt Color Separation"
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If you are a beginner or an intermediate artist and want to know how to do art for t-shirts and have the tools and knowledge that you will help guide you, then The Art of T-Shirt Color Separation is the best and least expensive way to start.
Photoshop is a fantastic program for designing art for T-Shirts. It is also a great tool to build Color Separations in Channels to make that design a great image on a T-Shirt. This book teaches how to accomplish that goal in simple and easy step-by-step exercises, using different methods to make these separations come back together on the press to duplicate the design on the computer.
Discover How To:
• Separate colors for printing on black shirts
• Cross between RGB and CMYK channels
• Simulated and 4 color process
• Splitting channels to place separately into a vector program
• Outputting channels as an EPS composite from a vector program
• Create halftones without a rip software program
• Understanding the characteristics of individual channels
• The tools, palettes, hot keys and much more
No DVD! FULL Photoshop files are downloaded from the cloud at the click of a mouse as you need them for each exercise.
Mitch Different is a working artist and Art Director. He teaches and mentors talented artists who want to learn a field of art that is not covered in formal training at colleges and institutes. His resume' includes his own company, Be-Bop T-Shirt Shop, Carrousel Productions, Big Ball Sportswear, Sunline products, Different Creative and his freelance art on the Web. He currently resides in Katy, Texas.
The images below are all separations in Photoshop:
Much thanks to Terry Combs and Aaron Montgomery for inviting me as a guest on their
2 REGULAR GUYS
podcast show on January 10th.
Workshop for Live Hands-on Training
And, IMPRESSIONS magazine, click here Impressions
Special Thanks to Deborah Sexton for the great press! She has been a strong supporter for the Screen Printing Industry for many years through her articles and writing for many of the industry's top publications. . . Google her: Deborah Sexton