Best way to learn - it will take time to set it up and do a strike off but in the end you will really know if you've done it right or you may need to fix it and do another set of seps.
In the long run, you will learn how godseps are just by seeing what you get in your monitor.
Well, that was going to be my suggestion. If he uses Illustrator I can tell him how to print seps to make sure everything is okay. If it's Corel, I can't help but I'm assuming you can also print seps from it.
I'm using Photoshop and I don't have access to a printer.
I have a silk screen store that is doing the printing job for
me and they are charging me extra for color separation. My
design is basically 2 colors brown and black (diff shades of brown).
Is there a way that you can tell without printing?
You can get a good idea of if the separations are going to work by printing them out on paper and laying out the designs on a light table. That way if anything is off you don't have to waste time burining a useless screen
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