Why Printers Need to Master Adobe Illustrator for Screen Printing  | Screenprinting.com

Why Printers Need to Master Adobe Illustrator for Screen Printing

Jacelyn Wedman
Screen printing starts with the artwork. You need high-quality artwork to get a high-quality print. To get a clean, pristine design, you need to know how to use Adobe® Illustrator. Depending on your experience and know-how, you might be finding Illustrator a bit daunting. With our new, free Adobe® Illustrator course, taught by Golden Press Studio’s art director Cory Romeiser, you can learn to tackle any design in Adobe® Illustrator. 
Why Screen Printers Should Learn Procreate  | Screenprinting.com

Why Screen Printers Should Learn Procreate

Jacelyn Wedman

Tons of screen printers have been using Adobe® Illustrator to create designs for prints. It’s necessary to know how to use it. But wouldn’t it be easier if you could just sketch out ideas, hone them in, and then finalize them to be printed? That’s where Procreate comes in. The Apple app makes the sketching and concepting process simple. If you’ve never used it before, check out the new Designing in Procreate course. Golden Press Studio’s Art Director Cory Romeiser will teach you the ins and outs of the program so you can start making rad art.

3 Tips to Master Hand Lettering  | Screenprinting.com

3 Tips to Master Hand Lettering

Jacelyn Wedman
Hand lettering is a great way to take your designs one step further. It takes a lot of practice to master the trade. Golden Press Studio’s graphic designer Cory Romeiser walks through the basics of hand lettering and gives three helpful tips to help level up your lettering style.
How to Invert a Design in Adobe Illustrator  | Screenprinting.com

How to Invert a Design in Adobe Illustrator

Jacelyn Wedman
Let’s face it: not all customers send in perfect designs. Sometimes, artwork needs some tweaks (or a complete redo). Say you’re given artwork originally printed on a white background with black lines, but the client wants it printed on black with white lines. Simply changing the black lines to white lines doesn’t always cut it. The artwork looks fine, but not as good as it could look. By inverting the artwork in Adobe Illustrator, you can make your artwork stand out. Cory Romeiser of Golden Press Studio shows you how to invert artwork in Adobe Illustrator to make your life a little easier.
How to Make a Custom Print Shop Logo  | Screenprinting.com

How to Make a Custom Print Shop Logo

Sage Larson
When launching a new business, one of important tasks you need to tackle is creating a logo. If you don't have a graphic design background, making a logo can be daunting. Luckily, a fellow graphic designer has made your life a little easier. Cory Romeiser of Golden Press Studio walks you through how you can make your own unique logo by using elements from the Screen Printers Branding Starter Pack.
How to Use the Stipple Shading Brushes in Procreate  | Screenprinting.com

How to Use the Stipple Shading Brushes in Procreate

Sage Larson
Looking to add depth to a design? A simple way to achieve that look is to use a shading technique. But, where do you shade? How do you get it to fade out? How do you make it look good? Cory Romeiser from Golden Press Studio demonstrates techniques to using the Tattoo Stipple Brush Pack in Procreate so you can make your next design look fantastic.
How to Create a 5 Color Print Using 3 Colors  | Screenprinting.com

How to Create a 5 Color Print Using 3 Colors

Sage Larson
There may be a time when a customer requests a multicolor print that requires more colors than your press can handle. Luckily, you have a few tricks you can do to make it work. Screen printing expert Colin Huggins will walk through creating the artwork for the print and how to set it up on press.
How to Screen Print Wet on Wet Halftones and Color Blends for a Vintage Look  | Screenprinting.com

How to Screen Print Wet on Wet Halftones and Color Blends for a Vintage Look

Sage Larson
Remember when expert Colin Huggins showed how to create halftones and blends in Adobe Illustrator? Now he's printing that design. Watch to learn how to print wet-on-wet halftones and blends, tips to get the best colors and blends, and how shirt colors affect the look of the print.
How to Color Separate Blends and Halftones for Screen Printing in Adobe Illustrator  | Screenprinting.com

How to Color Separate Blends and Halftones for Screen Printing in Adobe Illustrator

Sage Larson
Screen printing master Colin Huggins is here with another deep dive into artwork! In the latest video, Colin explains how to do color separations for blending and halftones in Adobe Illustrator. He shares insights about the techniques that'll dial in your design and make it ready for perfect blending. Take a look!
How to Create a White Underbase in Adobe Illustrator  | Screenprinting.com

How to Create a White Underbase in Adobe Illustrator

Sage Larson
And we're back to Screen Printing Art 101! If you watched the video about making color separations in Adobe Illustrator, you'll want to watch our latest video as well. Screen Printing Expert Colin Huggins walks you through the process of creating the white underbase in Illustrator.
A Close Up Look of Screen Printing Emulsion Under a Microscope  | Screenprinting.com

A Close Up Look of Screen Printing Emulsion Under a Microscope

Sage Larson
Once you have picked a screencoated itexposed it, and washed it out, the burned screen is ready to go. As you analyze the screen and stencil, have you ever wondered how the fine details look up close?
Simple Color Separations In Illustrator Tutorial  | Screenprinting.com

Simple Color Separations In Illustrator Tutorial

Luke Ryerkerk
For some screen printers, using illustrator to separate colors can be overwhelming at times. Luckily, the main roadblock people run into is but is over-thinking the process. In this video, I will show a simple way to separate a design using some key tools in Illustrator.