Simulated 4-Color Process

Simulated 4-Color Process uses spot color inks (solid, opaque colors) and halftones to achieve a photorealistic look. Generally requires the use of an underbase to achieve brighter and more vivid colors. This is most often used to print complex images onto black and dark-colored garments. Due to the complexity of the artwork, additional art charges may apply. 

**This technique is only available from our Abbeville, SC facility. 

  • Florida, Protowels, Fall 2018, catalogue
  • Simulated 4-Color Process
  • Simulated 4-Color Process
  • Simulated 4-Color Process
  • Simulated 4-Color Process
  • Simulated 4-Color Process
  • Simulated 4-Color Process