Screen Printing: Layering Textiles with Color & Imagery
Flipbook + Video Workshop: View Online & Download Today
Claire Benn & Leslie Morgan explore 25 different ways of using the Silk Screen in surface design projects. This wonderful screen printing workshop includes an eBook (84 pages of recipes, 175 images, instructions and more) and 45+ minute Video Tutorial.
Screen Printing: Layering Textiles with Color, Texture & Imagery by Claire Benn & Leslie Morgan is a wonderful workshop for both beginning surface design artists as well as presenting some new challenges and opportunities for more advance textile artists.
The workshop is delivered as a digital download with all PDFs and video files included. Included in your purchase is unlimited access as well to the online edition which includes the Flipbook and Video Tutorial as well.
Let’s have a look at the Flipbook —
84 pages with more than 175 illustrations and detailed step-by-step method provide everthing you will need in terms of instruction, materials, do’s and don’ts and loads of ways of getting your design onto the screen. In fact the book provides 25 different ways of working with the silk screen, including:
- Using a Blank Screen
- Temporary Resists
- Paper & Plastic Stencils and Resists
- Fabric-based Stencils
- Semi-Permanent Designs, and
- Permanent Designs
Covered as well are Media & Recipes, Color Mixing, How to Care for the Screen, and how to Re-Mesh the Worn Silk Screen at home or in your studio.
The Video Tutorial is a 45+ workshop with Leslie and Claire, and includes a complete silk screen demonstration with stencils, dye and print paste as well as information on cleaning and storing your screen. Before and After discussions of results are also included in this wonderful addition to the digital book.
View in full screen on your monitor or tablet — subtitles are included (online version).
Zoom In, Search by Key Word, Navigate using the Table of Contents and Bookmark your favorite pages for later viewing in the online Flipbook edition which gives you wonderful closeups on both desktop monitors and tablets as well.