How To Screen Print Tee Shirts: Setting Up 2 Color Job On Press

This screen printing video is the third about using host separations in Adobe Illustrator to create film positives and screens for printing tee shirts. In this installment we actually set up the print job. Here you’ll get to see the process of setting up the 2 screens for the 2 color artwork we did the previous 2 videos about. That’s a lot of 2’s 😉 Follow along as I set up the test print and discuss my thoughts on the process. See me print stroke in two directions causing a registration problem I then fix by doing the print stroke the same. This is an abridged version of the video with a lot of side notes and tips cut out. However the meat and potatoes of the video are still intact and you’ll get an awesome rundown of screen printing a 2 color job. Watching this video is like taking some personal instruction with me in the Catspit shop. I may even upload the unabridged version of this video for all of you who enjoy my babbling about the little details. Enjoy!

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