Nice. And yes haltones don't have to be on 65 lpi on 305'syeah, i have no idea if he was a secret nazi or not, just that it's an urban legend sort of thing.
those are halftones! it's a 110 screen and I thought the halftones turned out just like I hoped.
My first thought too. But I've heard the anti-Semitic stories as well.And before I read the thread, I figured the artwork was a commentary on Disney's enforcement of their intellectual property rights... go figure.
One thing is to make sure the emulsion used is recommened for discharge inks and you get enough saturation for full consistent discharge.i don't do halftones yet, Why not? Whatchu waintin' for?
I don't do discharge, either, so does that have any affect on what screens you'd use?
I do know some accounting guys that worked for Disney. They referred to their division as Mousevitz.My first thought too. But I've heard the anti-Semitic stories as well.
They don't play though. They spend millions policing their properties. There are a bunch of daycares around here that use Disney characters and names in their names and signage as well as other trademarks.
Mickey Mouse, Magic Kingdom, Pooh, Carebears, Smurfs, Strawberry Shortcake.
After a couple of tests, I found that I could do a single stroke with the 110 and it was "just right" once cured. Before putting in the heat tunnel it does NOT look like the ink covered very well. My first try I did a double stroke because of this and that was too much, there was some bleeding so that after the cure some finer lines (where there was no ink) filled in slightly to a lot.using the 110 did you have any issues with too much ink laying down?
I did a discharge print yesterday with a 196 and i shouldnt have double stroked it because it bled through the back a tad.
It is!And before I read the thread, I figured the artwork was a commentary on Disney's enforcement of their intellectual property rights... go figure.
Go for it and good luck but you're asking for trouble on the parody thing. If you're able to support parody do you have the financial resources to even challenge it?Parody is perfectly legal and I don't think Disney can argue very well that the image doesn't fall under fair use. In any case, a Disney legal battle could make a good documentary.