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TeeShirtSamurai said:
Chris,

Looking at that image, I don't see a problem. The printer is going to say that's a 3-color design: black, dark grey, light grey.

I think it'll look great.
I'm wondering about this on some of our designs as well.

A printer wouldn't allow some kind of halftone of the black or whatever rather than charging it as an additional color? (assuming he didn't need the 100% opacity)
 

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Rodney said:
It wouldn't look exactly as the JPG as a one color image with the grays halftoned, but it would work, and it would look fine.

If you wanted it to be more exact, it would be like Phil mentioned (3 colors).
Ahh good. I replied too quick (didn't read the rest of the replies)....


Yeah, I would say if you want to get it done cheaper VIA 1 color, then be sure to get them to give you a PROOF of the image. Or depending on how many you plan to print for the production run -- do a small minimum order first to see how they'll look.


Anyway... with 100% opacity on the design above, I think that would definitely be 3 colors.
 
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