Proofs of colors separation negatives that have been exposed to offset plates and printed using process inks. Presented in the sequence of printing, i.e., (1) yellow plate alone, (2) red alone, (3) yellow and red, (4) blue alone, (5) yellow, red, and blue, (6) black alone, (7) yellow, red, blue, and black. The preferred way for checking the color of the separation negatives using the same inks, paper, ink densities, and color sequence as intended for the production run.« Back to Glossary Index
progressive color proofs (progs)
‘Scallop Pop’ & ‘Block Pop’ Standing Calendars
Ready to see for yourself what an impact a Pop Standing Calendar can make?...
Smyth-Bound Google Book With Clear Dust Jacket
This book is what a zine would look like if its publishers had access...
Weekly Quiz: What’s Known as ‘Poor Man’s Engraving’?
This process is a cost-effective alternative for achieving a raised effect similar to that...
Video: Creatively Connect with Millennials Via Direct Mail
How do you connect with Millennials today? Join us in this exclusive video as...
Micro-Embossed Business Card + Wine Label
This card for a wine & spirits label printer doesn't simply list all the...