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  1. “Typically this effect is produced at the printing stage, but similar effects can be replicated digitally in Photoshop and Illustrator.”
    Please tell me how to fake it!

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  2. Wow! these are really great! – reminds me of my ‘old school’ days in the printing industry – old is new again :)

    One thing I would like to point out is that when overlaying two halftones, it is more effective if the screening is done at different angles. ie. 45deg. for the most prominent colour and 75deg. for the other.

    Otherwise you get ‘clashing’ (moire effect). It would be interesting to see the cyan, magenta wolf & lion with this taken into consideration.

    Nevertheless, cool designs.

    Cheers, Steve.

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  3. Chris, another awesome post.

    I always love seeing your inspirational posts – they’re usually a bit more colorful than most blogs’ posts like this one. :)

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  4. Remember being enthused by Morning breath when they emerged. Never quite got around to exploring the how too. Your post has re ignited the interest, not sure why I didn’t try this earlier. Another trick in the bag!
    Thanks Chris.

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  5. I have to say thank you Chris. I found after a time, looking for interesting design on the net, you’d always keep turning up…so I thought, “What am I doing?, I need to subscribe” ….and this, being the first email…..just makes me so glad I did. Nice one mate. Excellent stuff as always. Cheers.

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  6. Chris these are amazing designs! Your Blog is the first one that I have come across that really feeds my “I want to know MORE” hunger. I am looking forward to your future post and this has to be the most valuable subscription I have ever made!

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