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Need Help Saving .EPS for SpreadShirt.com Vector Image

Dec 9, 2012 1:00 PM

Tags: #illustrator #transparent #color #save #png #eps #cs6 #spreadshirt

^^ Title. I need some assistance in creating Transparent  .EPS Vector Images to be used on t-shirts on SpreadShirt.com

 

Using AI CS6 by the way.

 

image1help.jpg

This is just a sample image. I've created this image as a PNG and imported into Illustrator. I've already Image Traced it to a usable vector design and now just need help removing the areas of White, and saving the image for use on t-shirts at spreadshirt.com.

 

Here is the website's upload criteria if that helps. (Limited to only 3 colors on vectors)

uploadrestrics.jpg

 

Any and all help would be appreciated more then you could ever know. This dilemma has been with me for a while now. Thanks in advanced!

 
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    Dec 9, 2012 1:25 PM   in reply to LoboStylez

    It will need ungrouped a few times and or expanded. Then you can select the white rectangle and delete it.

     

    Take care, Mike

     

    Untitled-1_ @ 91% (CMYK_Preview).jpg

     
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    Dec 9, 2012 2:02 PM   in reply to LoboStylez

    A thing like this came up on this site a few days ago.

    The thing is that process white means NO INK so it really makes no difference if you remove the white or not.

    Imagine you are printing your design on coloured paper. The white bits will then be the colour of the paper.

     

    Check that your design is ok with Overprint Preview turned on.

    If it is, Fire and Forget.

     
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    Dec 10, 2012 5:01 AM   in reply to LoboStylez

    Keep in mind, this is with importing a PNG outside of AI. Multiple colors need to be on their OWN layer. e.g. 1 layer for the Grey in my image, and 1 layer for the blue. 2 total.

    Nonsense. Your work flow is all wrong.

    Illustrator’s layers have nothing to do with colour separations.

    Neither do you need to rasterize your file.

    Colour separations can be printed straight out of Illustrator (or Acrobat).

     
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