I begin with creating a
design on my computer. Next, I spend time cleaning the image up
so that it has clean lines. I then have a photo positive made of the
design. I cover a yellow mesh screen in photo sensitive
emulsion and dry it in the dark. Once ready I expose the positive with the screen to UV light for a period of
time. After it's exposed, I wash the screen out thoroughly
so it doesn't become clogged. The screen is now ready to
Next I work the ink into the shirt with a squeege. The ink I use does not require solvent clean up and is easier on me and the enviroment.
Once the shirt is printed, I remove it and heat set the ink into the shirt with a hot iron.