Chapter 13

Simulated Screen-Printing


Many years ago, I used to work as a one-man art department at a silkscreen-printing house. This was so long ago that for the first year or so there was no computer at all in the art department. I used to do all of the original artwork and color separations manually. When it came to adding shading to the designs, I used to have all of these great peel-and-stick halftone sheets made by Letraset at my disposal. There were different densities to mimic different percentages of color where required. There were different patterns to choose from, mainly dominated by dots and lines. But for some reason, I always tended ...

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