Full Color - Four Color Process
Take a look at a magazine and you can see what 4 color process is all about. It's the mass reproduction of a photo using 4 simple ink colors: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black. If you look closely you can see tiny little dots in a rosette pattern composed of these 4 colors that trick the eye - and the brain into thinking that it's really seeing thousands of colors. On a Tee shirt, this technique can be a bit trickier to manage than on a flat piece of paper. Our dots are coarser (bigger) so you will be able to see them, and considering this process, we still get mostly good results on fine detail. Our experts can guide you through the process and let you know what will work out; if a different image is needed, or if digital printing is the better way to go, or if the design should be rethought as spot color with gradients. Our 20 plus years of experience, means you can rely on us !
What is considered 4 color process? Anything that immediately appears to have more than 5-6 distinct colors - for example; blending colors that have changes in hue and brightness, photographs, and complex art generated for internet viewing will most likely be 4 color process. Of course, we'll gladly take a look at the art and let you know what can be done.