You're right, he did say that. And in the sentence right before that one he said, "How do i make a realistic single color screen of a horror movie characters face?"Hey Moe, I Believe he said "here is a link to a shirt with a perfect example of what im trying to do:Pin Head" and Not this is the image I am trying to do! Why dont we all worry about what is being printed in are own shop and not be so quick to police eachother. Evilstink, You will want to convert your image to grayscale then depending if you have a rip program convert your image to bitmap. You will probably have to invert your image If you are printing on a black T. Hope that helps...Thomas
I suggest you go back and read what I wrote, because I really don't think you did.SMOE: Its too bad that you are so ignorant that you forgot to think its possible he owns the rights to a "horror movie characters face".
you can halftone in photoshop also ;]You are either going to stiple it in Photoshop or half tone it with a postscript printer. Invert the grey scale image and print with white ink. I personally would go half tone
How does one stiple in screen printing, I am on the heat transfer side of my company so I dont do any of the screening but I read the threads about it, and would really like to know.The simplest, and most correct thing would be to stay on topic. You are either going to stiple it in Photoshop or half tone it with a postscript printer. Invert the grey scale image and print with white ink. I personally would go half tone
using a bitmap editor like Adobe Photoshop, you convert your image into a bitmaped diffusion dither patter. The steps are as followsHow does one stiple in screen printing