Top 5 Artwork Prep Tips for Direct to Garment Printing

Register today to attend a free webinar on preparing artwork for DTG printing with screen printing art expert Dane Clement.

 

If you own a Direct to Garment printer and have questions about preparing artwork for use with this equipment, Dane Clement of Great Dane Graphics can help. Dane is a renowned screen printing artist who also has decades of experience preparing artwork for use with direct to garment printers. There are tips and tricks you need to know in order to get the best printing results possible. That’s true with any piece of equipment and it’s especially true with DTG printers. If you would like to participate in this online webinar, please register in advance. You will be able to ask questions and Dane will go over the 5 top things you should know about optimizing your artwork for use with a DTG printer. You’ve heard the expression, “garbage in, garbage out,” and this is especially true when it comes to DTG printing. Your artwork prep can make all the difference in your printing results.

Date and Time: Wednesday, December 11, 2019 10:00 AM (CST)

During this webinar, Dane will reveal the top 5 tips you need to know in order to creating optimal DTG artwork using Adobe® Photoshop®. It starts with determining the best art for the job and covers camouflaging banding and how to properly sizing images for print. Whether you’re just getting started in the world of Direct to Garment printing or you’re looking to achieve better printing results, Dane can help you improve your output and make your artwork pop. To register, click here. 

Tune In to Learn:
• Why Raster is the Best Choice for DTG
• Tricks to Camouflage Banding
• How Proper Resolution Affects Image Quality

The webinar is FREE. The best part about participating live is that you can ask questions and get them answered. The content will be available online after the conclusion of the webinar, but join us live to take advantage of this opportunity to communicate directly with one of the foremost art experts in the field.

 

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