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Photoshop For Screen Printing - Halftones - YouTube

This week, we cover the glorious multiverse of halftones. First, we demonstrate how halftones can make your one-color image look like a two-color, and then w...

Also taken from "crafts and hobbies", 1979, Readers Digest Association

—-So. I’ll get to Screen Printing in a second –To anyone who’s reading this that doesn’t know the context of why I’m putting up these instructions— The ch…

DIY 4 color screen printing press

Build a 4 Color T-Shirt Printing Press: ***12-31-09 NOTE: A few steps have changed on printingplans.com and will thus be different between here and there. For instance, the manufacturer of the Lazy Susans has changed their size, so the plans have been adjusted accordingly. At this po…

Silk-screen printing may sound exotic, but trust us: it's inexpensive and kid-friendly, thanks to this technique. Here's how to make T-shirts, totes, napkins, and more.

Silk-screen printing may sound exotic, but trust us: it's inexpensive and kid-friendly, thanks to this technique. Here's how to make T-shirts, totes, napkins, and more.

How To Build A Cheap T Shirt Screen Printing Press - YouTube

Make a screen printing press to print t shirts for almost nothing. I built this one out of scrap wood and a few things from the hardware store. I do screen p...

Over the past few months I've been experimenting with different ways of making marks on cloth.  While I love the linear marks I have been producing with shibori and other techniques, I don't want to just keep repeating myself.  So I've been shaking things up.   I started by looking through my library of photographs and identifying certain qualities that interested me.  I also collected images with similar qualities from the internet and elsewhere to expand my ideas

Over the past few months I've been experimenting with different ways of making marks on cloth. While I love the linear marks I have been producing with shibori and other techniques, I don't want to just keep repeating myself. So I've been shaking things up. I started by looking through my library of photographs and identifying certain qualities that interested me. I also collected images with similar qualities from the internet and elsewhere to expand my ideas

Screen Printing 101 For the Art Room

My students recently came up with the idea to screen print t-shirts to raise money for a cause. It all started when I challenged my 8th-grade students with a class project called “You in Society.” For this projects, students had to create an art project that impacted their community through art. My first class to decide […]