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Help with Kyle's Screentones brushes 35 and 38

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Oct 07, 2020

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Hello,

 

I hope any of you can help me figure out how to fix an issue that i am having using Kyle's screentone brushes on Photoshop.

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As i was working on some illustrations for a client i noticed that zooming in and out created a grid like pattern. I was not concerned at the moment since I thought this was just a bug of the graphic card when displaying at different sizes the small dots that make the screentone. Here are some pics to show you what i mean:

Screenshot 2020-10-07 183502.jpgScreenshot 2020-10-07 183611.jpgScreenshot 2020-10-07 183524.jpg

 

Now my client says that the grid appears on the printed product.

Instead of looking like a flat, textured mid-tone, it looks like all sorts of geometric grids and patterns.

It was concerning to hear that from her and I am not sure how to fix it.

Any ideas?

 

Thank you so much for your help.

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Help with Kyle's Screentones brushes 35 and 38

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Hello,

 

I hope any of you can help me figure out how to fix an issue that i am having using Kyle's screentone brushes on Photoshop.

brushes.jpg

As i was working on some illustrations for a client i noticed that zooming in and out created a grid like pattern. I was not concerned at the moment since I thought this was just a bug of the graphic card when displaying at different sizes the small dots that make the screentone. Here are some pics to show you what i mean:

Screenshot 2020-10-07 183502.jpgScreenshot 2020-10-07 183611.jpgScreenshot 2020-10-07 183524.jpg

 

Now my client says that the grid appears on the printed product.

Instead of looking like a flat, textured mid-tone, it looks like all sorts of geometric grids and patterns.

It was concerning to hear that from her and I am not sure how to fix it.

Any ideas?

 

Thank you so much for your help.

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Make sure to watch your design in 100%.

What you see, is some kind of Moiré (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moir%C3%A9_pattern). 

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thank you,

I have a better understanding of what is happening now.

My design is at 100% at 300dpi 9 inches x 6 inches.

The client is trying to rescale the design for printing purposes.

Would the solution be to save my design again at 100%, changing the size to the actual size that my client needs, so that she does not need to scale it down?

Will that prevent the moire effect?

Thank you kindly

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