Wood-block printing on t-shirts
I have a couple questions about this and any help from the experienced is greatly appreciated.
First, is what kind of ink does one use on t-shirts when doing block printing? Especially conserned about bleeding and longevity.
Second, where is a supplier of blank shirts with a good quality material?
i would make a print, then make a film based off of the print, that would work ya know
any news on the medivac re-print
have you thought about prehaps doing a wood print then taking that image and burning to a screen... then print like any regular shirt?
would be a bitch to do it with wood blocks on each one..
as for blanks. some people love american apparell some hate it. but you are a hippie, so id use them.. they dont oppress people outside the usa.
fuck you radar, i just didnt type it as fast. now i look dumb.
i hate you.
supposed to be printed in a couple weeks. hope to have them shipped as soon as i can. i am making every effort to get these out asap.
Originally Posted by Radar Austin
yeah, i can screen print them or even hire it out but i am looking for the wood block effect.
well that part is easy. just have a designer do it, im sure thats easy.
like i know an aritst who is doing a print right now, totally looks letterpressed, but its just designed that way.
im really tired of hearing your problems sunset.
it's a do it yourself job. maybe i will only print 5 shirts which makes no sense to hire out plus i like the hands on craft of it. so i guess not many people have done this?
your need to be different is just a cry for attention. we all love you.