New to the forum and graphic design. I am a veteran screen printer.
I've recently gone into business for myself, and I am having the hardest time hiring freelance graphic designers. I've recently started to try and learn graphic design on my own.
I commissioned a piece for CMYK. The artist created the image and separated the colors. However, the company that prints my film is telling me that the PNG files have no set size and no registration marks.
He also tells me that the white file (the underbase) is set as a TIFF file and is enormous. Would anyone be willing to coach me on how to resize and or set sizes to these images?
The artist who did them has been paid and won't return my calls. I would hire someone to fix it, but all of the “freelance” artists I find have a bit of a language barrier and I can't convey what I need to someone who doesn't understand screen printing... or English for that matter.