The distribution of colors in the original painting has a rainbow-like effect. Not only are the colors diverse, but the gradients are also complex; all of this increases the difficulties of printmaking. In order to reproduce the natural gradient of colors, during the division of colors between individual screens, the corresponding colors of the screens before and after must be taken into account. This ensures the proper layering of colors during printing.
As of the sun in the original painting, acrylic neon paint was used. To achieve the same effect as the original, the studio experimented with various types of printmaking ink and in the end settled on formulating its own. Adding acrylic ink to the conventional oil-based printmaking ink creates a faint neon effect when printed and dried. This product of trial and error reflects the the ingenuity of the printmakers, as well as their dedication to representing the original artwork.