How To Screen Print Tee Shirts: Setting Up & Exposing 2 Color Screens

This screen printing video is the second about using host separations in Adobe Illustrator to create film positives for printing tee shirts. Here we have the film positives printed out and it’s time to make the screens. You can follow along as I set up the film positives for this 2 color print and get some inside tips on the process. Forgive me but the color got a little screwed up in the opening shots compared to the ending. I left the red safelights on in the beginning by accident and it colored the video very red which made the ending part look very blue….LOL. The cameras I have actually suck 😉 I have 2 of the same units and they each record in their own color cast. One is cool one is hot. Go figure. Anyway this video should prove valuable for anyone wanting to set up a multi-color screen print job. Hopefully the lighting snafus won’t bother you and the information will be worth it. Enjoy!

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