4 March 2009

Shirt

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I highly recommend this freezer paper technique to make one off shirts.

3 comments:

Jeope said...

What's the word on how long the design lasts with this technique? A good lifespan? I am intrigued.

Anthony Woodward said...

Sorry it took me awhile to respond! Basically it is as good as the fabric paint you are using. I have had bad experiences with craft store tshirt paint being too stiff. For this I used proper screen printing ink/paint.
The freezer paper gives you a perfectly flush stencil and you don't need tabs so more complicated designs are possible

Anthony Woodward said...

But perhaps you meant whats the life of the stencil, it's a one off job unfortunately. But I am looking into the possibilty of using it with screens. Which may mean you could get 5-10 maybe more with out using any emulsion darkroom etc.