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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

Learning Screen Printing - The Photolith

The photolith is a one clear plastic folio, usually made of polyester, where the design we want to print is printed. It is always printed in black. It is similar to the slide that is reflected in the projectors, or like the photographic film that goes inside the reel and then with the light it is transferred to what is the photo.

And can I make photos at home?
Many will say no, but in 90% of cases, depending on your design, you can do it at your house or at the copy shop on the corner.

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by Ronny Garcia on June 26, 2013

Sol's Regent

Sol’s Regent the non-commercial economic t-shirt

Today I will make a small summary of a shirt with which I have been working for 2 years, it is about the model Regent from the French brand Sun'sFor some it is an unknown brand, but in the neighboring country it is more valued than the famous Fruit of the loom. 

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by Ronny Garcia on June 25, 2013



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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