Printwear

February '20

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2 0 2 0 F E B R U A R Y P R I N T W E A R 1 5 the edge. The negative areas were easily se- lected to fill in the four colors (purple, red, green, and highlight white), and a white base plate. We would take full advantage of the dark substrate for secondary colors. For composition and to ground the char- acters rather than letting them float, we added some shapes to our layout for more substance. A moonlit night sky was certainly appropriate. To make sure the background wouldn't compete with the characters, we planned for the inks to fall off a bit. The bright areas needed to be solid for opacity, while other portions had subtleties. Balanc- Purple, red, green, and highlight white would be the colors we worked with. Above: Each character was created sepa- rately and then put together and scanned into Pho- toshop. Right: For composition and to ground the characters rather than letting them float, shapes to make a moonlit sky and moun- tainside were added for more substance. mtnscreenprintingsupplies.com 720-746-9075 | sales@mtnscreenprintingsupplies.com Free Shipping On Supply Orders Over $ 99 SCREEN PRINTING SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT

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