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postcard... to sell bus. cards. :-)

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Poster: Jeff Harrison  (see this users gallery)

This card was the first piece run on a press that was installed, a one cylinder Heidelberg GTO. It was a CMYK job, work & turn (4 plates), on 8.5 x 11 press sheets. Very small sheet size, I know. But that's how the owner wanted to run it, since we had lots of that stock lying around.

The job turned out amazing, esp. since each press sheet went throught the machine 8 times!!! The registration was bang on. Colors turned out quite faithful, there were no color bars/ dens. scales to follow. The pressman was an older fellow who knew the machine inside & out, and had the kind of experience no amount of money can buy. It just takes time.

The reverse side of the card had some nifty vector flames in the background, partially transparent in various merge modes. I flattened those elements and they came out really well. I'd left an area with a soft yellow screen so that different pricing specials could be overprinted later on as needed.
· Date: 3-2-2006 · Views: 39110 · Filesize: 83.4kb · Dimensions: 248 x 600 ·
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Fluid
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Registered: September 2005
Posts: 417
3-2-2006 14:04 Rating: 10.00 

Great job. Love the color choice. POPS big time

>The pressman was an older fellow who knew the machine inside & out, and had the kind of experience no amount of money can buy.
Gotta love that, very hard to find quality people these days.
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Jeff Harrison

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Registered: April 2005
Posts: 362
3-2-2006 18:45

Hi Richard,

Thanks... it's great fun to go nuts with color. I do a lot of simple 1-2 color jobs which is harder to work with in a way, to try and make it look like it still keeps up with all the full color stuff out there.

Your comment about the trade... yes, many trades across all kinds of industries are suffering. Kids are trained to get a job behind a desk. They don't realize that the plumber, machinist, master carpenter, pressman can all have very lucrative careers. They can earn as much as anyone! There's nothing embarrasing about working for a living. :-)

In fact, I think in my mind... "OK, "Jim"... you told me you make a lot of $$$. So what are you actually doing to contribute to the world?" People that impress me are those who are able to solve real problems. More than those who might earn 1,000.00 as a Day Trader while sitting in their underwear and watching Sesame Street. :-)
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