Thanks for your business and continued interest. Hopefully we will have something for you very, very soon!Yes I live in Michigan....it's nice to have Stahls just a hop skip and a jump away. Means I don't have to necessarily keep all of the colors in stock either. I can usually pick my order up a couple of hours after I have placed it. They even carry rhinestones if I need them in a pinch. I'm hoping they will add the neon colors to their glitter flake vinyl line. But if not, Specialty Graphics is just a one day ship and I'll have to order from them for now.
Here you go! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0oR_gdSvIIQ&list=UUWPDTaot1wqQSbOP3qvEuoAJust curious if you guys are planning on adding any neon colors to your Glitter Flake vinyl line?
Hi Valdez - probably...I am by no means a Corel expert and there is usually 5 ways in Corel to accomplish the same goal.Okay, I watched that production tip jar video on the trapping technique in Coreldraw, now after you create the Contour, set your offset, and break the curve apart, couldn't you just trim out the blue on top of the Gold and delete the Blue devil piece in gold and have your two separate cut files? It seems like that would be quicker. I have Coreldraw X5
They look great in the photos! The answer to tacking down the bottom layers depends greatly on the material you are using, here is a quick video showing the benefits of using Stahls' Fashion Film and/or CAD-CUT Glitter Flake: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8F7D_3Cahbk&list=UUWPDTaot1wqQSbOP3qvEuoAOkay I tried the trapping technique, I'll post results so you guys can see. I did have shrinkage on the tack down, so if you can give me an idea how long I should tack the first color down, that will help. I tried it on regular vinyl first before so I can perfect it before I even attempt to do glitter. I just did a trim on the contour, but I may have to experiment with a inside contour instead. I should've cut the transfer into three pieces to get a better registration, but I'll do it next time. These shirts will be put on display at a local incoming seminar I'm participating in. Let me know what you guys think.