Lenticular printing is a process which uses the illusion of depth or motion to create graphics or images and creates the most visually appealing effect. From posters and magazines to book covers, lenticular is one of the extraordinary strengths that marketers are using to catch the attention of the audience.If you have any doubt, reach us and discuss your project goals to move forward in the right direction.
Following are the guidelines that will help you create more clear and impactful images:
For any image, the resolution should be at 300dpi minimum.
2. Spot Colour:
These are used to deal with the greyscale outputs and can also be used as a static part of a 3D image but not part of the actual 3D image.
Whether setting a flip, zoom or a motion image, animation requires a large series of frames. So, it is recommended to use less frames to avoid image ghosting and to use a constant frame in all images to clearly show the parts changing.
Animations can either happen as the viewing angle changes left to right or up/down. This does not really affects the artwork supplied.
It is advised that every Image must be supplied as layered Photoshop file. Since depth is relative between the objects, the more elements/objects will appear in the image, the more depth information will be provided.
5. Other General Tips:
Very thin lines are avoided as they tend to break up and look pixilated.