Silk Screen Printing: Exposing & Washing Out The Stencil

I don’t know how I do it but I managed to upload another educational screen printing video to YouTube today. I have been so busy lately and it’s not so much that I have too much business to deal with rather I am only one person. I feel like I have so many things to do and I can never get to everything I want to get done in a single day. I think many of you can relate to this but being self employed and working from home, I can’t stop myself from working too. It’s a disease that consumes me day and night. I dream of candy coated screens and chocolate squeegees. But it also gets to be too much sometimes to where I wake up in a cold sweat mumbling, “make video, print shirts, post to Facebook…mmmmm”. Like some kind of screen printing zombie.

On the other hand I do have a lot of fun making the videos and now I am exerting more creative power in the making of all my new videos. That could be considered good or bad depending on your perspective and opinion of my work…LOL. But in general I think I have raised the entertainment value of the videos at the very least. Perhaps I even improved the production value as well. This new one is a cool sequence or montage type video where it takes you through exposing a screen and washing out the stencil. This video is different because it teaches through the video alone. There is no narration or talking of any kind from myself. All you can hear are sounds of a screenprinting shop in action. Sometimes it gets a little noisy in the house! I enjoyed making this video and at first I wasn’t sure if what I was doing would work. I shot it on two different days and there is a minor continuity issue but it’s no big deal… LOL. Anyway, it’s a video story type thing…. Check it out. I think you’ll like it. It may even help out.

Thanks again for stopping by the blog and having a read. I appreciate all the love and support I get online. Without you all there would be no point. Learn how to screen print with Catspit Productions, LLC!

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