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  • a design of a tiger with a flower replicated with its inverted version next to it
    February 26, 2021 Jacelyn Wedman

    How to Invert a Design in Adobe Illustrator

    Let’s face it: not all customers send in perfect designs. Sometimes, artwork needs some tweaks (or a complete redo). Say you’re given artwork originally printed on a white background with black lines, but the client wants it printed on black with white lines. Simply changing the black lines to white lines doesn’t always cut it. The artwork looks fine, but not as good as it could look. By inverting the artwork in Adobe Illustrator, you can make your artwork stand out. Cory Romeiser of Golden Press Studio shows you how to invert artwork in Adobe Illustrator to make your life a little easier.
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  • neon sign of an instagram like
    February 19, 2021 Sage Larson

    How to Create Engaging Social Media Posts

    Who isn't on social media? It's a great thing, but it also creates a challenge for businesses. How do you cut through the noise? Whatever your goal may be for putting your business on social platforms (increase brand awareness, generate leads...

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  • a white shirt that says camp on it on a press
    February 12, 2021 Sage Larson

    The Key to Loading a Shirt Perfectly Every Time

    Sliding a shirt on a platen. Should be easy, right? Not quite. Loading a shirt perfectly is a skill needs continuous practice. By knowing a few tricks, you may find that rhythm sooner rather than later. Let's check out the different ways to load a shirt straight every time.
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  • Four Ways to Print Black Plastisol Ink on a Black Shirt
    September 9, 2020 Sage Larson

    Four Ways to Print Black Plastisol Ink on a Black Shirt

    Printing black plastisol ink on a black shirt — trendy, right? As with everything in screen printing, there are multiple ways to achieve this goal. From using a puff base to printing with clear base to curing at higher and lower temperatures, printers can offer a variety of effects and looks to their customers. Let's take a look to see how each technique turns out so you can decide what's best for your next print job.
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