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  • typo
    Reply to Critique : font pairing
    typo
    Thank you for your feed-back. Actually this it's just a part of the context, a work in progress of the below exposed logotext. It was a must to find something pretty similar in the serif/sans-serif relation...
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    bubby17346
    In my GD program, we were required to take a class that was all about print file preparation and preflighting. Granted, it was only one class, one semester, but, from what the rest of you are saying,...
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    Thanks i'm really learning a lot from this feedback...
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  • salsa
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    salsa
    I'd agree with the OP's statement. I learned design at a vocational college and was taught the bare bones of prepress, I consider myself lucky to have been taught bleeds and trapping and overprinting......
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    bubby17346
    I like the newer look better. But I would center the text under the graphic. Right now it just look off kilter. It almost looks like you are trying to align the text with the left side of the logo, but...
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  • Dye-Sub Printer & Avery Adhesive Vinyl Film

    Hi Guys,

    I am looking for ways to produce skin sticker for mobile phone. I've been investigating with dye-sub printer and the Avery adhesive vinyl film and failed to produce quality print out (the dye-sub colours don't seen get on the film evenly - you can see some very apparent unprinted white spots). Is there anyone who can help me that?

    I am using the Olympus P440 dye-sub printer. Or you have tried other type of dye-sub printer for similar application, please suggest.

    Thank you all!

  • #2
    Are you using an Avery vinyl product that accepts transfer? Some of the Avery vinyls aren't meant to be printed on.

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    • #3
      Yes they are the transfer one. I've tried my Avery with the small Canon Selphy printer and with the correct print profile, the colour is brilliant. I need to print in A4 size so the Canon printer is not an option for me.

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