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Post stuff that was made or looks like it was made without a computer.
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No, don't tell me what to fucking do.
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Bumping.
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Bumping. I'm legitimately curious as to how to do graphic design with traditional media.
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"Camera ready art"
We made them on vellum or bristol board with black ink using rulers and other drawing guides, then used a process camera to enlarge or reduce to the proper size as we exposed litho film. It was a PITA but it's what we had. For more complex graphics it was possible to just create thick outlines and then mask the graphic using cut rubylith - that was easier than filling in huge areas with black ink, which could cause smears or warp the board it was made on.





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