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steiconi
« on: January 28, 2017 07:27:42 PM »

I'm working on a design for my Water Garden Club's tee shirt.
They're going to be commercially printed, but I need to deliver artwork they can use.
I've never done this before.  Any suggestions?
I drew the fish, scanned them, am working with them in Photoshop 6.0ish.

Here's the current design; it's to be printed in 3 colors:  black, white, orange.  Everything teal in this picture will be whatever color the tee shirt is. 



suggestions welcome on how to prepare the color separations AND on the design itself.  I'm still not quite happy with the island.
And several club members asked for a water lily in the design.  I could cram one in, but it looks like that's what I did...
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steiconi
« Reply #1 on: February 22, 2017 11:02:54 AM »

Ah, well, another person's design was chosen, so I don't have to figure this out.  In fact, I voted for his design, it was lovely.  I did come in second, out of 8 designs submitted!
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