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I'd use Photoshop for channel manipulations. However, 10-13 Pantone colors sounds like alot. Screen print inks are not necessarily formulated for Pantone's matching system, but come in their own set of spot colors depending on ink manufacturer. You can get Plastisol Process Color inks. You can play around with double strikes, special Whites, etc., but 10 - 13 is going to be a challenge. You could try Illustrator's vector conversions, but I think the best route is raster artwork ( Photoshop bitmap ).
Maybe try this plugin. I'm sure there are others out there as well try looking for "photoshop spot colour seperation plug-ins"
This plug-in sounds perfect for what I'm looking to do!
And it is directly targeted to the "schmata" buisness too.
Thanks Unit.Seven, I'll give the Trial a try!
>I'm sure there are others out there as well try looking for "photoshop spot colour seperation plug-ins"
If you're googling, try spelling separation correctly. ;)