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June '21

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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 8 8 G R A P H I C S P R O J U N E 2 0 2 1 G R A P H I C S - P R O. C O M We would let the dark of the gar- ment create the silhou- ette, black outlines, and shadows. Left: The border was a combination of ran- dom splatter texture and palm trees. We added the pier for an urban flair. Above: We chose a loose script for Surf. For the word DIE, a heavy-weight font delivered the bold warning. We also added a choppy stroke around all the letters to further the aggressive messaging. We finished out the design with our extreme slogan "Surf or DIE." We chose a loose script for Surf because, like, "Hang loose, brah!" For the word DIE, a heavy-weight font delivered the bold warning. We also added a choppy stroke around all the letters to further the aggressive messaging. Since we laid out our text in Adobe Illustrator, it made it easy to change size and shape. To achieve the distressed look for our text, we used a textured stroke in the Brushes palette. Once our type solution was complete, we exported it over to Photoshop to place the final element. PRODUCTION The base or white printer was broken up, and we decreased some densities for additional tones. We would let the dark of the garment create the silhouette, black outlines, and shadows. This image would print on dark colors as well as black, so we incorporated a black screen but still used some of the garment for dark areas. Once seps were completed, we outputted on CTS with

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