Re: Gum Negs: CMYK, RGB or "Spot" Colour - the link...!!!
Actually this link works better still...thanks. This is very similar to what I was thinking. http://www.grupponamias.com/index_en.html?http://www.grupponamias.com/art_101_en.html ~m ----- Original Message ----- From: <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: <alt-photo-process-L@usask.ca> Sent: Friday, August 31, 2007 6:26 AM Subject: Re: Gum Negs: CMYK, RGB or "Spot" Colour - the link...!!! > > Sorry, > > http://www.grupponamias.com/index_en.html > > > On Aug 31 2007, Michael Koch-Schulte wrote: > > Is there anyone on the list using strickly "Spot Colour" negs instead of > CMY(k) or RGB negs in Gum? I've been poking around the T-Shirt printing web > sites (still looking for inks and transparency materials) and this seems to > be a common way of separating colour in a photo editor when printing with > screens. It's common to see them using six or more spot colours to achieve > the "look" they want. Is anyone combining the two methods? I was thinking a > metallic silver layer to pump up the reflectivity of a piece I'm doing that > has the silver scales of fish in the subject. > > ~m > > RNP Arrays: Open Source Digital Negative Project > www.inkjetnegative.com > > >