Since we’ve received lots of requests regarding our t-shirt designs and how could they be easily color separated for screen printing and printed, we will start with a small video tutorial we did for Corel Draw users (of course we will also make one for Adobe Illustrator). I did this tutorial because one of our clients did not manage to make the color separation since some of the designs (especially older ones) were in CMYK palette, and in order to activate the “separations” button, Corel Draw needs to have all the colors in PANTONE mode. So, along with the video display, we’ve put some explaining labels for a better understanding of the the concept.
Color Separation in Corel Draw X3 from Tshirt Factory on Vimeo.
did you guys ever make one for illustrator?
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