Friday, April 27, 2012
Thursday, April 26, 2012
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Just recently, I received an email saying straightly like this:
Screen printing needs to be practiced to perfect you’re prints. Some amateur printers still don’t know the whole method that results a poor quality prints. The one who emailed me could maybe a victim of those kinds of works. When you decide to have you’re shirts for printing, make sure you know the right people to work for your prints. A good high resolution designs is a must. Don’t put to many shades on your design, complicated designs are harder to print, try to do simple but nice designs. Limit you colors or else printers decides to use CMYK color halftone method. Solid colors are better than halftone colors. Later, I will explain the differences between Solid color prints and the Halftone prints on screen.
Overall, I could say that Heat Transfer method is faster that Screen Printing method, if you’re in a rush use Heat Transfers but if you’re considering the quality of prints, screen prints last longer than the heat transfers. The design depends on the resolution of the illustrations to be processed, the choose of colors and the mastery of the person that prints the t-shirt.