Again...I dont have all the facts so if someone in the printing world wants to correct me then please do. I think there are different degrees of halftone from really tight to quite open to achieve different effects. To go even a step farther I think there may be also different patterns of halftone for even more interesting effect. I think you were looking for an economical way to achieve a blend with a single color and this I think is the proffessional way to do just that.
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