has been separated and prepared as a three color. The process of separating the artwork in this fashion involves drawing out the shadow pattern from the final ink rendering, and then knocking out the halftone in those areas only. This gives us the final effect of a light and shadow pattern, but only utilizing one color. The two spot colors of grey and pink are also effected by the halftone, giving these areas the same pattern. I enjoy this separation technique because it allows for simple rendering effects to be applied to spot color, and keeps cost down for a client when they are going to have these printed as stickers, shirts, labels, etc. This graphic was a lot of fun to concept and create, and I am excited to see it go to print. Look for more on this project and the entire album package in future posts. Thanks for stopping in.
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