Posted 10.09.2015 @ 7.02PM
Maybe just buys some wool, throw in the air and high-ish speed photographs of the result.
Then just crop to get a general match.
(unless they need the lines to match exactly, in which case you'll need the 3D dude)
Posted 08.09.2015 @ 4.01PM
If you can get away with a smaller run, maybe try the hand made route.
Vista print the pink and black background, then get a stamp made for the bubbles, stamp some glue and actual gold leaf the bubbles.
Would look crazy awesome, and crafty, and be heaps of fun, and fuck the cost.
Posted 15.05.2014 @ 4.02PM
I often duplicate the text layer, stroke the undertext with 100%K and 0% CMY, at a very thin stroke. That way you get a clean black/white edge, and no colour bleed, especially with small point sizes
The only drawback being any changes to the text, you need to repeat the process.
Posted 14.09.2015 @ 4.13PM
Thanks guys :) Unfortunately @DRAC yes, I do need to replicate that exact structure and as you might expect @Bjarni and @Dan, there's no budget ;)
Cool to see how Pingu starts off with computer-based textile designs...
Posted 22.09.2013 @ 11.52PM
Hey man, it's digital, softcover, and perfect-bound. Apparently it's actually a decent price after all (incl gst & all that). I was just using the reference point of a friend that had books done just over $10 a pop for the same setup from the same crowd. With that all said, drop me an email - firstname.lastname@example.org and ill forward the guys.
@Drac - love those guys, rad to work with
@Petree - got GREAT vouches for those dudes too.