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Re: silkscreen printing

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From: Judy Nagel (jdnag_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue May 27 2003 - 12:50:59 PDT


FYI You can find Mask Ease on page 349 in the Sax catalog. It comes in two
sizes.
Judy Nagel
Sax Arts & Crafts
jdnag@elknet.net
jnagel@saxarts.com
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From: "Ramos, Myriam" <MRamos@Acss.odeDoDEA.edu>
To: "ArtsEdNet Talk" <artsednet@lists.getty.edu>
Sent: Thursday, May 08, 2003 7:25 AM
Subject: RE: silkscreen printing

> Scratch-Art Co. has a great product called Mask-Ease. It is non-toxic and
> adheres to the screen very well. It can be cut very easily with any razor
> and accepts small details. My printmaking students are using it to create
> infantile designs to take to a home for abused children. They are coming
out
> really well and with ease.
>
> Myriam
>
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> From: Carolyn Keigley [mailto:carolyn@4snowart.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, May 07, 2003 7:58 PM
> To: ArtsEdNet Talk
> Subject: silkscreen printing
>
>
> I have been having problems remembering how I used to silkcreen. Most of
my
> experience was in photo silkscreen. What I am trying to do is use the
> drawing fluid and then the screen filler - but with no success. Also I
> remember using a film that we would cut and then put on the screen, but I
> can't find anything like that in the catalogs. Do any of you have advice
or
> know of a good resource?
>
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