If you’re looking to create a photo-realistic print I’m on my second guardian angel my first one quit and is now in therapy shirt . But only think you can do it via direct-to-garment, think again! Direct-to-garment (AKA DTG) can be great for producing detailed graphics, but there are some major downsides you may be aware of, such as durability of the print, fabric limitations and the time it takes to print. It’s very possible to get a screen print on a blank t-shirt that looks just like a photo using an art technique called simulated process. We teamed up with Eagle in Las Vegas, Nev. to learn about the different steps that go into creating a realistic image.
I’m on my second guardian angel my first one quit and is now in therapy shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt
The most important step to creating a photo-realistic screen print is the color separation I’m on my second guardian angel my first one quit and is now in therapy shirt . A real photo will have hundreds of color variants, but as you know, there is a maximum number of screens a machine can handle. Simulated Process is an advanced color separation technique that uses halftones of a few ink colors to represent the colors in the original design. For the particular image we used while at Eagle, it was best to use simulated process to get the most detailed, color-intensive image possible onto the blank t-shirt, blank sweatshirt, or other garments. The first step in that process is to isolate each spectrum and build up each color. Each spectrum is adjusted to find the proper amount of saturation. Once all the colors are where they should be, the art department drops the image into a template format for production and sends it over to their i-Image Computer-to-Screen Imaging System for screen output and the screens are burned. Since the image we used while at Eagle had so many colors, their team used their STRYKER Automatic Screen Printing Press. While that machine is an 18-color, 22-station press, the print we used only needed 11 screens. The Eagle team uses an automatic dispensing system, called a DM4, to mix the correct PMS colors. This machine allows for all the colors to stay consistent. Once the screens are burned, they are placed on the machine in a particular sequence, which helps create all the details in the print. The tees are loaded onto the machine, and the automated process begins creating a photo-real image. First, the white base is laid down, then the primary colors, and lastly, the various shades that make up the highs and lows of the image — adding that extra detail.
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Jerod Grant –
Super smurf blue
I look like a smurf!
Which is the look I was shooting for!!! With the bars closed I decided to go to a “smurf party” in the woods (told my wife I was workin late). I had no idea this was a freak show kinda event. There were a bunch of papa smurfs and a bunch more Smurfettes then I imagined and ordering this shirt in blue made me stand out as one of the top smurfs. Ill be ordering more in blue soon as mine is lost in the forest and the next event is coming up
Ashley Shaver –
Exceeded my expectations
I bought these for my husband and they fit perfectly. He’s a tough one to buy clothes for and hates the way everything fits. To my surprise he loves these. Not to mention he had to have them for work and I was very worried he wouldn’t like them and he loves them
easy to wash and dry
nothing to dislike about the shirts. My husband is very hard on t-shirts in the shop and I keep replacing them so he looks decent. He gets glue, or gelcoat, or paint, or tears, or grease on them.
These look nice, washed nicely, dried looking very nice. Likely will order more.