This method consists of closing the bottom of the screen with a "nu-film". It is a thin, thin cellulosic film adhering to a sheet of transparent paper.
- Adhesive paper
- Translucent paper
- Blotting paper
- Ballpoint pen
- Black pencil
- Filling liquid
1. Make a precise and relatively simple drawing on a sheet of adhesive paper.
2. Decal the pattern and place it on the back of the adhesive.
3. Cut out each part of the pattern and glue the different elements on the screen fabric. The drawing under the frame serves as a guide.
1. Spread the filling liquid and turn the frame over during the drying time.
2. Remove the adhesive when the filling liquid is dry. In order to obtain a printed fabric in two colors, we put here two colors side by side on the screen.
3. Spread both colors at once with the print squeegee.
4. Lift the frame. The duck is printed in two tones on a cotton tee. Place a blotter in the garment so that both sides are not printed.
5. After rinsing the screen, you can redo the pattern in different colors.
Realization using adhesive
1. As before, the duck is reconstituted in adhesive (to work with the cutter), and instead of the Obturécran, we also covered the bottom in adhesive, in order to realize a negative pattern.
2. After mixing the paint with the thickener, spread it with the squeegee. The color crossing the screen in places where there is no adhesive, the duck is printed in negative.
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