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    Posted: 10/Aug/2012 at 1:50pm
I need to make this logo into a 4 color design to screen print on white t's. I need some help on color separations and the best way to go about doing this. Any help would greatly be appreciated.

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Zilch, is it your art or someone else's?  I take it it's in Photoshop?
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Someone else sent it to me in jpeg
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Ungh.  4-color simulated screen printing is done similar to 4-color printing, but the separations that are created are different.  It takes a bit of experience to make a GOOD Separation.  If all you're wanting to do is get a group of shirts printed for promotional purposes that have good color, I would recommend taking it to a Direct to Garment printer.  It won't last as long as printing it via traditional screen printing methods, but it should be able to achieve the colors your looking for without the need for separations.  If you're wanting to go the traditional screen printing route, you may want to find out if there's anyone in your area that does separations and potentially film output so you can take the films to whomever you want to have print the shirts.  That's just my opinion, take it for what you will.
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