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How Do I Create Multi-Colour stickers?

Discussion in 'Newbie Forum' started by SplatVinylsInc., Jul 22, 2007.

  1. SplatVinylsInc.

    SplatVinylsInc. New Member

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    Please let me show what I mean in the best way possible:

    WWW.SPLATVINYLS.COM

    I would like to know how I would be able to do stickers like this in multiples, because they are going to be handed out. However, I do not have a vinyl printer where I can just print on the red. For this example, I'll be using black and red vinyl.

    Since this will be done in multiples, I also need to know how I can get the black and red words to line up perfectly each and every time (since I will have to cut red and black seperately) so I can give the finished product to customers (cut, transfer taped and trimmed)

    Help is appreciated.
    Thanks!
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  2. OldPaint

    OldPaint Major Contributor

    link dont work
     
  3. Ken

    Ken Major Contributor

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    Hey Splat..I looked a bit at your linked site but didn't find the decal you are speakin' of. Are these small decals? Sounding like an out-source thing..and I can help. Apparently, you reside in Canada? What's your GPS?..lol
    Ken
     
  4. grafxxx

    grafxxx Very Active Member

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    if your talking about your logo... if your gonna pass these out at a show i would just do it as a 1color and jsut cut different color it will save you a lot of time. but here is how i would do it.
    just cut all the black first then the red then use clear transfer on the red then just lay it down. use the parts i arrowed as the guide to line it up in this expample. splatvinyl.jpg
     
  5. imaSIGNr

    imaSIGNr Very Active Member

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    check archives under " clear release liner " for tips how to put together layers.
     
  6. Replicator

    Replicator Major Contributor

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    Splat . . .
    So far on your site you've got one board for an example pick
    and it is covered with trademarked, copy written,
    illegally used corporate designs and logos.
    :help:
     
  7. Pro Image

    Pro Image Major Contributor

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    Same Observation as Rep...........The watermarks are really to much....

    As for you decals......Grafxxx has the right ides......
     
  8. Thank God for newbies. Makes me remember how much I've learned in 20 years and glad I'm an old timer.
     
  9. Cadmn

    Cadmn Very Active Member

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    even newbies need to be aware of copyright infringements or they will become newbies at getting sued & loosing it all
     
  10. Jackpine

    Jackpine Major Contributor

    Ditto .... you would think one would be able to figure it out.
     
  11. SplatVinylsInc.

    SplatVinylsInc. New Member

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    Thanks very much for the responses. Thanks a lot to Fred and grafxxx for the tips. As I have said before in my intro, I'm new to the sign industry so this is definitely appreciated.

    As for the example I gave, it wasn't actually supposed to be a link, the text was just supposed to be in red and black.

    As for the site, I am aware of the possibility of being sued despite the small disclaimer I have. I am most likely going to remove those snowboard pictures once I have more of our work up just to "cover our arse"
    For the watermarks, I do agree they are a bit much. I'm looking to remove those as well.

    More questions later after some research.
    Thanks
     
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