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Halftones

Posted on Sat, 11 Sep 2004 at 19:17



I am learning the finer points of designing graphics for screen printing. I am noticing that I can get much more "depth" from my graphics if I use halftones.

Is there anyone who can explain how to make halftones the "proper" way or does anyone know of any good in depth tutorials on the web to refrence? What I am looking for is to put the equivilant of a black & white photo onto a t-shirt using only 1 ink color.

Thanks for your assistance.

Jon

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Anonymous says: I did some a couple of years ago for shirts and mirrors and it seems like they were 150 DPI and I printed through a 230 mesh. This will give you a starting point. I did my samples on glass so it could ...

I did some a couple of years ago for shirts and mirrors and it seems like they were 150 DPI and I printed through a 230 mesh. This will give you a starting point. I did my samples on glass so it could be wiped of and then reused until I found the right combo. JMO.
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Don

posted on: Sun, 09/12/2004 - 8:07am
Anonymous says: Hi If this can help you ! http://www.screenprinters.net/articles/index.php?art=89 Michel, posted on: Tue, 11/23/2004 - 1:50pm

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