lyonscc wrote:Thanks! My base file is in Illustrator, so the file I give to them doesn't even have the halftone conversion done by me. I usually only convert a section of the design in halftones (for the shirt comp image), since the instructions say that Illustrator files should leave the gradients and let them do the halftone conversion.
Do you have Illustrator, if I just send you the AI file, or should I do the conversion on Photoshop and post/send it for/to you?
Happy to help!
Your main shirtcomp image should be halftoned. Woot wants your illustrator file without halftones so they can make their own, but they still ask everyone to convert the whole image to halftones for the shirtcomp, so all derby entries are free from gradients. (That might be one reason you've had some rejections)
It also ensures that the artwork can cleanly be turned into two ink, halftones. Not everything can be, of couse.
If you can process the whole thing into halftones now, then I'll gladly take a look at it!