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good one. Thanks for the nice post..!

Lot of stuffs are here to learn .

Sounds good.. Thanks for following me.

Very interesting. Keep posting.

keefkeef6 years ago
 Hey There

I just bought a 770 Deluxe Plus System . . .4 color , 4 station and well lol 

I bought it thinking it was going to be a breeze doing :S ha didnt think about how to do it , just kind bought it. So I see you have knowledge on it abunch :) I was wondering if you could maybe help me out by telling me how to exactly make a design ? Like How many can i make with one screen ? and How do I do layers ?! Hope to hear back from you at keithf73@live.com . . . thanks a bunch!!

ale4207 years ago
Hi, I just wanted to tell you that your screen printing steps were fantastic. I have done screen printing a completely different way, and I had been looking on the internet for information like yours and it was perfect! I used to use the photo emulsion to draw on the screen itself. Just for prints, not for fabric. So thank you!
magik1ng7 years ago
Hello i would like to know what is the name of the fabric to use for screen printing?
tracy_the_astonishing (author)  magik1ng7 years ago
I am afraid I don't know what the art-store fabric is called. I use nylon or polyster sheer curtains mostly.
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Saw your excellent screenprinting instructable. I'm a printmaker and have started doing water based screen printing again. Maybe you can help or suggest where to look for a recipe for paint on screen block (not water soluble) that can be easily removed from the screen afterwards with meths or turps.
I'm afraid I've never done the paint-on block method. It always seemed too tedious to me. By now you've probably already found something out there on the web, though. I know I've seen things about this before.