Screenprint Resources

Screenprint is a printing technique that uses a woven mesh to support an ink blocking stencil. The attached stencils forms open areas of mesh that transfer ink as a sharp edged image onto a substrate (i.e. base material e.g. paper, fabric etc.) A squeegee is moved across the screen stencil forcing ink through the open areas of the mesh and onto your material.

Students must complete an induction in the relevant print technique before using any equipment in this workshop. If you have any questions regarding the use of the facilities or inductions, or regarding any printmaking matters please contact me via email .

To book a session for screenprinting please sign up on the booking sheets located in the screenprint area, web-based booking is no longer available.

Printmaking Technician: Andy Reaney email:||yenaeR.P.A


Introduction To Screenprinting pdf | video
An introduction to the Screenprint process.

Films From Digital Sources pdf | [ video]
Creating bitmaps and halftones in Photoshop for screenprinting.

Printing Onto Acetate pdf
Printing film positives on the Samsung MFD Printers.

Autographic (Hand-drawn) Films pdf
Materials and techniques for creating hand-drawn films-positives.


Paper Stencil-Screenprint pdf | video
Back to basics, creating prints using paper stencils.

Acrylic Mono-Screenprint pdf | video
A quick and painterly technique for creating one of a kind prints.

Foil Transfer Screenprinting pdf
A technique used in the textile and garment industry, that is possible to use on paper substrates to achieve an effect similar to traditional foil blocking.

CMYK Process Films pdf
How to create CMYK separations for four-colour process printing.

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