Metallic Color Swatch

Metallic Color Swatch


  1. The names underneath the colors are spot color names. 
  2. Color changes depending on paper, lighting, and visual angle.
  3. The names underneath the colors are spot colors. These need to be assigned in the artwork. 
    1. Link on how to assign spot colors
    2. Link on how to check your work to make sure you set up spot colors correctly
  4. This can only be printed with glossy ink. We cannot combine this process with matte ink.

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