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Hello there people,

This is my first post so excuse me if the question is rather stupid. I've read a lot about plasticol and it looks like this could be the ideal material for me. Now the thing is ...i made a design with different colors (cmyk on the computer) and a white border.
When i looked at the website of silver mountain i noticed that you have to pick between a number of existing colors.
Ain't there a way to use your own colors? I use flat colors and black lines so no crazy gradients.

Anyway to make things easier...here is the drawing...

http://users.pandora.be/dreezle/pictures/dreezlecopyright.jpg

how is the best way to print this. (the green in the background is the t-shirt color)

Comments on the design are also welcome.

Greetz Dreezle
 

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Hey there all of you,


Just recieved a reply from silvermountain. It apears that it would be 4 colors. The shading areas could be fixed with dots. (raster) Nice of them to mention this ;) it's a bit cheaper this way.
Might be a good tip to save money for all of you.

Greetz Dreezle
 
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