Derby #38: The Year You Were Born
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1964 - Computer Mouse is invented

1964 - Computer Mouse is invented
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mjc613


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Re: 1964 - Computer Mouse is invented

It is amazing that you could do this with 6 colors. Looks like much more at first.. Good use of the shirt color.

ElRicardo


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mjc613 wrote:It is amazing that you could do this with 6 colors. Looks like much more at first.. Good use of the shirt color.


Thanks.

superspryte


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mjc613 wrote:It is amazing that you could do this with 6 colors. Looks like much more at first.. Good use of the shirt color.

I'm counting more than 6.

w: 7 | t.w: 1 | h.w: 1 | s.w: 16 | w.w: 15 | so.w: 2

mjc613


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superspryte wrote:I'm counting more than 6.

Dang. What did I miss? I only see Black, Creme, Blue, Neon Green, Tan and Gold on a Cardinal shirt.

superspryte


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mjc613 wrote:Dang. What did I miss? I only see Black, Creme, Blue, Neon Green, Tan and Gold on a Cardinal shirt.

If you look in the shadows near the hand there is also a brown. Either that's an additional color or a transparency (because that definitely doesn't look like the cranberry shirt), neither of which can be done.

w: 7 | t.w: 1 | h.w: 1 | s.w: 16 | w.w: 15 | so.w: 2

ElRicardo


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superspryte wrote:If you look in the shadows near the hand there is also a brown.


There's not really a brown a in there. The hand and mouse is all black, gold, creme and olive (as opposed to 'tan'). I'll double check everything, but I don't see the brown you mention - an artifact of producing the low res rgb jpg perhaps?

superspryte


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ElRicardo wrote:There's not really a brown a in there. The hand and mouse is all black, gold, creme and olive (as opposed to 'tan'). I'll double check everything, but I don't see the brown you mention - an artifact of producing the low res rgb jpg perhaps?

That could be it. You may want to create a crisper view from your print ready and post it in here.

w: 7 | t.w: 1 | h.w: 1 | s.w: 16 | w.w: 15 | so.w: 2

ElRicardo


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superspryte wrote:That could be it. You may want to create a crisper view from your print ready and post it in here.


I suppose I would bother if there was any real interest in this, which there isn't. I did check and couldn't find any color variation in my original layers except a few green pixels in my black layer, which I thought I had flushed. I usually flush each layer in my print ready by selecting the transparent, inverting the selection and then filling the interior of each layer with it's intended solid color. I did this again to be sure and there is no discernible difference from the original.

superspryte


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ElRicardo wrote:I suppose I would bother if there was any real interest in this, which there isn't. I did check and couldn't find any color variation in my original layers except a few green pixels in my black layer, which I thought I had flushed. I usually flush each layer in my print ready by selecting the transparent, inverting the selection and then filling the interior of each layer with it's intended solid color. I did this again to be sure and there is no discernible difference from the original.

If you use photoshop you could also use layer effects to overlay a solid color. Much faster. ^_~

w: 7 | t.w: 1 | h.w: 1 | s.w: 16 | w.w: 15 | so.w: 2

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