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Old 10-23-2007, 01:36 PM   #6
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I think this is the grandfather of serigraphy. You can do this easy if you have a dense net some like the ones that we put at our house windows to keep the bugs outside, some glue that hardens a little bit slow, a crayon, and a brush that is used for paints.
Make a frame (wood is the fast way) pin down the net, draw the graphic that you want to imprint then with the brush with glue fill the outside part of the graphic. Let it dry well. Then put the "device" on the surface that you need to be imprinted put some paint (not much) and squeeze it. That should do it. I think that is a "tutorial" on youtube about it.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=6DkJyzEONUk

Something like that instead of T shirt you can use any kind of material as for the making of the screen you can choose for an computer based one or an hand made one. Go creative and good luck.

   
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