Advanced Screen Printing: Design Your Own Team Pennant

Leitha Matz, Maker

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10 Videos (20m)
    • Introduction

      0:37
    • A Quick Overview

      1:17
    • Designing Your Pennant

      2:56
    • Text Manipulation in Illustrator

      6:52
    • How to Build a Printing Screen

      2:03
    • Layered Stencils: Another Printing Option

      0:46
    • Emulsify Your Screen

      2:31
    • Expose Your Screen

      1:23
    • Print Your Pennant

      0:50
    • Final Thoughts

      1:05

About This Class

After you've made a single-color print with a stencil, what comes next?

It's time to step up your printing game with multiple colors and photo emulsion printing! These are simple processes that you can use at home to create professional-looking prints.

If you completed my Fast Screen Printing with Stencils class, you already have most of what you'll need to get started.

This advanced course will take you through the process of setup, layout, alignment and multi-layer printing.

We'll be making a cool-looking fan pennant, so rally your team spirit, and let's get printing!

26 of 26 students recommendSee All

Excellent course! Very thorough and helpful descriptions of each step of the screen printing process. Thanks Leitha!
This is very helpful.

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Leitha Matz

Maker

I work as the head of product at a startup, but when I'm not at the office, I'm always making things of my own. I especially love illustrating, writing and design.

Here at Skillshare, I usually focus on creating classes in printing -- everything from stencils to woodblock.

I find printmaking inspiring because anyone can quickly start making successful prints with very few tools. It really opens the doors to producing a vision of your own on all kinds of materials: t-shirts, walls, stationery, stickers and so much more.