The registration guy liked this and wanted to get it printed before ComicCon, but couldn't get it approved. Last June he told me the new T-shirt was dead.Just last Friday I was sent this by the Fest grand poobah:
Someone brought a jpg into Photoshop and manipulated it. I was asked to put more movement into mine. Illustrator does not have a mesh distort or puppet pin distort so I used perspective:
I am waiting to see how this flies. If I get the OK, I will set it up so that no black prints, it just gets knocked out since the shirt is black.
Question, is there a way to bring in the spot colors into Photoshop?
I think I got that figured out. I opened the file twice, and turned one into a tritone and worked with curves. From the other I took the blacks and made a selection and used that in the first to eliminate all that should be knocked out for the black of the T-shirt. Now if I opened all the illustrator layers and made a layered photoshop, I could then use the distortion tools of Photoshop and still output a 3 spot color file.
This is a png from a tritone.
OK changed the hand, thigh, and foot