Two-Color Silkscreen Print
Illustrator and cartoonist Jordan Crane learned how to silkscreen years ago so he could make T-shirts for his friends' bands. Here he shows us how to make this dramatic two-color silkscreen print.
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Thanks to Jordan Crane, Los Angeles, California.
Materials and Tools:
2. Blow the image up to print size and output separations at local copy shop.
3. Coat screens with emulsion and wait for them to dry.
4. Rub separations with oil to make them translucent.
6. Wash screens out, thereby making positives for printing.
7. Affix screen to printing table and register the paper under it.
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