Whether bringing in a new RISO or looking for new tricks to try with your current RISO, we've looked for the best free resource for you online:
Color Separation for your Duplicator
If you're looking for ways to separate color on the Riso, this 3-part series will teach you how. Starting with how to set-up your Illustrator document to sending files from your computer to print. Learn how to build overlays for print documents with this great tool.
How to set-up Halftones in Illustrator
This step by step guide will walk you through several different ways to create a half-tone effect in Adobe Illustrator.
Paper stocks for the RISO
French Paper Co. highlights paper stocks, weights, tones and textures that uniquely compliment Risograph equipment. Here, they've collected advice and preferences from designers across the country who shared their favorite choices..
Web Resources & Inspiration
Thinking about a Monochromatic Color Scheme
This resource is packed with articles, advice and how-to's aimed to better your skills as a graphic designer. This article is a convincing demonstration that monochromatic color scales can be a great visual tool.
Choosing color palettes
Share any and all color palettes, ideas and inspiration with this community of color lovers. You can find play with their online tools and create your own swatches or make exact matches to ideas that you like.
Unique and Free fonts
This site allows you to download from a enormous selection of newly designed fonts for personal use and install them in Photoshop and Illustrator. If sending a document to print to the RISO directly from either program, make sure to select Type, Create Outlines from the menu before printing. Another option would be to save your document as a PDF, before you select print.
AIGA Eye on Design
Learn more about the most current trends in graphic design, visual arts, typography and much, much more. This is the jackpot of resources to find more resources. The American Insitute of Graphic Arts is the professional association for design and has been celebrated for 100 years for its role in the field.
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