simulated process screen print training course

Simulated Process Course – ActionSeps™

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Simulated process course – ActionSeps™. The use of multiple spot color halftone screens to achieve a realistic image on a garment. This course teaches you step-by-step how to separate and screen print simulated process.

You'll need the following items to use ActionSeps™:

Course Content

Getting Started with ActionSeps™
Module 1: Separating Full Color Art
Troubleshooting Tutorials.
Module 2: Understanding Separations
Module 3: Simulated Process Screen Print Training
Live Print Examples
BONUS 1: Manual Separations and Recording Actions.
BONUS 2: Registration Template.
Student Q&A.

17 thoughts on “Simulated Process Course – ActionSeps™”

  1. Brittany Ojeda

    i cant see the videos??? i have a fulltime job sometimes i dont have enought time to watch the videos right away , but i really interested in this course , can you please help me out

  2. Edward Holley

    hi, whenever I save the file as PSD or EPS. when I go to open it in Adobe, I keep getting unsupported color mode or depth. Only RGB, CMYK, Grayscale, and Bitmap are supported. so am I doing somthing wrong in my steps?

  3. Dennis Nguyen

    Hello,
    There’s no video attached to “What Is Gain And How To Compensate For It?” in Module 2. Everything else looks fine so far. It’s just that one that one that doesn’t come up.

  4. Matthew, brother thank you so much. Man I had invested “A LOT” in myself and this one is the jackpot. This is where it’s at. To you and your staff mahalo! Y’all changing lives. Really awesom!

  5. Andrew Rodriguez

    Hi Mat, hope all is well with you. I really like the course and the curriculum you put together for those of us wanting to learn how to screen print and enhance our designs. That said i am unable to Mark as Complete the course on separation theory. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

  6. Been having so much success with using action seps on dark garments! but now need to do one for a white garment, is there a way to do it so the t shirt color is white?

    1. Hello,

      I shot over an email. I’m out of the office on weekends. Office hours are M-F 9-5pm.

      To answer your question, you’ll have to go to Image > Image Size and set your image size there. You’ll want to make sure your image is at print size at 300 dpi. You can scale an image up, but know that the quality of the print can suffer scaling images up. You always want to scale down if possible, granted your client or you have a large enough image.

      I hope this helps.

      -Matt

  7. Jonathan Drolet

    Hi Math,
    I hope this publication find you well!
    I want to know if it is possible to download the sames images you worked over te courses to test the knowledge you shared with us? Thanks a lot and have a nice day!!..

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