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A P P A R E L D E C O R A T I N G S O F T W A R E T O S U B S T R A T E highlights. Many dark values were achieved with little or no white under. We also reduced some of the density of the inks themselves for even darker values. Varied densities on the white printer or base plate gaveus even more values and tones. Snowboard graphics are all over the board (ha!). We chose a galaxy vignette to spread color around. e softness of the gases' densi- ties was dramatically decreased. We had to re- ally massage this area to get the right opacity. And for you surfers, we incorporated a little nod to Mr. Zog's board wax with the sticker. For the trees, the on base and o base ap- proach was used, but we added some highlight white to print on top of the purple to give us the lavender color. Most elements have a bright Left: From concept drawing to completed illustration was a pro- cess of crafting and engineering, taking into consideration com- plexities and variables. Below: The face was the largest ele- ment and would have the most character. When we approached the painting of the face, we used the black of the shirt to intro- duce more values from the shadows to the highlights. 6 2 G R A P H I C S P R O A P R I L 2 0 2 1 G R A P H I C S - P R O. C O M

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