What is gradience

If you wish for color-gradience in a heat transfer, for an example when one color fades from dark to light, you need to pay attention to the following:

Gradience consists of small dots. These dots can be made much smaller in a regular printer, than we are able to in heat transfer production, since there is a limit to the small size able to be "printed" in this way. This is why it will always look a little more coarse. 

Examples of gradience:

                  From a printer                                     On a transfer                       This is what it will look like if you zoom in:


Below you are able to see some examples of what a finished heat transfer might look like:

From the file:



The finished heat transfer: