4. Exposure & Washout

Use this space to discuss Step 4: Exposure & Washout Ask any questions, report any problems, and share inspiration. The Exposure & Washout is where your art gets transferred onto a screen to create a stencil that can be printed. All of your work from the previous steps come together.  Getting a good exposure is…

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Procreate Tutorials

Do you use Procreate for your design work? We have come across some great tutorials online teaching you how to use Procreate. For a limited time, Screenprinting.com is offering their course for free!!! Sign up here: https://www.screenprinting.com/collections/screen-printing-online-course/products/designing-in-procreate There is also this fantastic YouTube series on Procreate. When using Procreate, make sure you setup your resolution…

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Paint Splatter Look

Question: If I wanted to make paint splatter look on a tee, how would I go about doing that without it being big globs of ink? I’m sure there’s other issues I’m not considering so any tips are appreciated. I saw a tee on a tv show and I loved the idea. It had white…

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Nature Exposed Mood Board

I have picked out a brand name, style, and overall direction. Nature Exposed Art that dives into the natural and scientific world, revealing the beauty of science.   Mood Board   Unfortunately, I have not done a lot of screenprinting this week, but I have been extensively working on my brand logo and other designs. …

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Your Brand & Product Inspiration

We shared some very useful links and inspiration during class and I wanted to make the links more accessible and to continue the conversation here. Please use the comment section below to add some of your brand/product inspirations or to share your thoughts and perspectives. First of all if you want to learn more about…

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Suprising Fine Detail

I worked on a design a while ago with the intention of screen printing so  all I had to do was tidy it up, size it properly, convert grays to a shading technique (I used 50% threshold for black versus white), and then print the film. I could not find anywhere to get the film…

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My Hand Drawn Film Attempt

Washout went okay.  I used a hose, a lot of the spray, and a lot of elbow grease.  I thoroughly washed out the screen for a very long time, but I wasn’t able to remove all of the emulsion – there were a couple spots.  I washed it for so long that I am sure…

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