This is the third induction for me in LCC. I have contact screen-printing back in high school before with me former teachers, and this time in the induction of screen-printing, I fully get the hole procedures of how to do do screen printing.
I have to mention that I only take the part A of the induction about how to print, and I still have to learn how to make the mesh.
What is screen-printing?
It is a technique of using mesh to transfer the pigment color on the paper, the picture that I want to print need to be prepared on the mesh first. And we can also collage imagines by using different mash with different images.
Screen-printing is magical to me because I still know how the pigment go through the mesh and how to make the mesh, but I literally have some inspirations of this.
Screen-printing is just a process, what is underlying this process is the most mysterious part. We all know that screen-printing is also known as serigraphy or serigraph printing, can be used on anything as long as it is flat. For example if I want to print some logos on my T-shirt I can also use this technique.
Similar to Mono-relief, it has infinity possibility to combine pictures. So what if I can combine all those technique altogether and make a piece of art with different printing ways must be truly interesting.