posted by Mr. Linty @ 7:45 PM,
- At 9:34 PM, Kyle M. said...
This was an amazing video, you helped me A LOT with my ideas, I really didn't have a clue about "flashing" (I'm a newbie (: ) Thank you so much for your informational videos, I hope you make more! I enjoy them!
- At 11:37 AM, Eric Terry said...
Kyle, glad they could be of help! Remember, it really isn't necessary to make a flashing layer for your printer since they'll do that themselves and may decide to process the colors differently, but it's good to know how the process works.
- At 10:52 PM, Kyle M. said...
Oh! Thank you, I was in my graphic design class today and the whole flashing thing kept running through my head I was like, "How do I do it ah ah ahhh?!" But thank you for reassuring me not to worry about it heh. Also, when labeling layer pantones, do you make the color of that layer exact to the pantone selection? Like...say black is B001 or something, does it say on the card "#000000" or some sorts? Just wondering before I purchase one, heh.
- At 11:43 PM, Eric Terry said...
I don't label black and white because those are colors right out of the bins and don't require any pantone matching!
- At 9:01 AM, said...
This was awesome. Great stuff!
- At 10:41 AM, Alex said...
I'm Alex, Carol's boyfriend.
Thanks a lot for this post. You're becoming a reference for us. Thanks for all your tips.