"Dee" T-Shirt #1, Screen Printed by Andy on 100% Cotton
Well, the in-laws have gone home, though we did appreciate their help. So, what was I to do while they were here? Just before they arrived, I drew up a quick top and shorts to add to the Dee piece I did back in July. Then while they were here, I worked on getting it ready to print on a batch of nice heavyweight t-shirts. It's the first time we've tried digitally separating a color image into patterns of tiny halftone dots, which allowed us to print this with red, yellow, blue, and black screens, and it worked! It's a bit different from the traditional "process" separation using cyan, magenta, yellow, and black. Instead, it's "simulated process" using colors that are more specific to the art. Anyway, not too shabby for a first test, eh?