Greetings, Fibernauts! Welcome to my new show 'Screen Print Crazy Amounts of T-shirts'!
Here we have props:
...shirts, transparency with design, neon paint, mostly clean table.
Next, we set the stage:
The screen has been coated with photo emulsion, allowed to dry, and is now being exposed for 14 minutes. This involves details and care, never my strong suit.
Proceed to botch the screen completely beyond recognition. The words I'm searching for, I can't say, because there are preschool toys are present.
I think the emulsion was too thick and not dry enough. This destruction occurred during the post exposure rinse out.
This try was successful due to more care and patience. I get bonus points for using bottle of toilet cleaner used as glass weight.
Here the screen is mounted on a printing frame my husband made for mostly FREE. The 'real' version was about $150.00.
Note the beloved squeegee. Oh how I love green.
Shirts everywhere, drying, waiting for heat setting.
And, the front:
What's not to love?