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Don’t turn your back on this clown. He’ll snap.
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great work !
Hey there, Cool design!
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Sorry for the late reply. I’m not doing anything out of the ordinary, I think. I am keeping to RGB and never letting it get into the CMYK modes. I make sure my preview in Photoshop is set to RGB and I use a 1.8 mac gamma for my screen because I’m on a Macbook Pro. If I need to increase saturation in PS i do the regular Hue/Saturation adjustment, but I usually follow it with a LEVELS adjustment. That will give you better than using the brightness/contrast adjustment. When I export to PNG I just use the regular 24 bit setting. There’s not need to optimize the colors for you png via web export since it’s for print. Many of these things may be stuff you may already are doing.. but I honestly don’t know anything else to as far as color saturation. Also, the png will get encoded again for their previews on RedBubble.. I don’t think it’s possible to control the saturation on their previews.. but your actual prints should be right.
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