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Textile Lacquers

Today there are various paints and inks to make stamping and silkscreen, one of the most used are the Textile Lacquers, are special water-based inks prepared for printing. Thanks to...
by Ronny Garcia on December 15, 2016

The Screenprinters - Black Brand Screen Printing

We present you a new section of our blog, The Screenprinters, here we will present our favorite serigraphy workshops and studios in Spain, so you can have a professional guide...
by Ronny Garcia on September 20, 2016

Silkscreen

Today we can silkscreen in different ways, either starting in a homemade way and then moving to a more professional range. We always recommend starting silkscreen with the basics:You can buy...
by Ronny Garcia on April 01, 2015

Screen printing courses

Half a year ago we took up the silkscreen courses in the workshop. Every week several people pass by who want to learn how to make their own stampings at...
by Ronny Garcia on October 15, 2013

Learning screen printing - Emulsify screens

Emulsionar pantallas de serigrafía  

It was time!
This post will explain step by step how emulsify screen printing screens, easily and always thinking that it can be done at home without complications

In the workshop the emulsion Aquasol Murakami
Silkscreen screen It is 43 threads and 40x50 cm where a din A3 fits and we have plenty of room.

Prepare our workspace.
We are going to get dirty. Be clear, emulsifying in 90% of cases is synonymous with getting dirty. That is why we have to work with clothes that we do not like very much and in a table or large place where we can work with ease. 

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by Ronny Garcia on August 13, 2013

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Octopus in His Ink was born in early 2009 out of the need to want to make T-shirts with their own designs. I saved what I could for a few months and bought loads of screen printing supplies.

At first, like the vast majority, I did screen printing at home, fighting with the emulsion, times of sunstroke, staining all the clothes that were in my room, I tried inks ... Damn lacquer, how you could dry so fast!

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