Spot Color Separation Techniques in Adobe Illustrator  | Screenprinting.com

Spot Color Separation Techniques in Adobe Illustrator

Josh Valencia
If you're into screen printing, you know that getting your colors right is key. One of the most common questions is how to color separate a design in Adobe Illustrator. Don’t worry! It’s easier than you think, especially when using spot colors. Let’s dive into the basics and learn how to make your designs print-ready.
March '24 Screen Printing Class: Where Creativity and Community Collide  | Screenprinting.com

March '24 Screen Printing Class: Where Creativity and Community Collide

Josh Valencia
This March, the in-person screen printing class, Screen Print Experience at Ryonet HQ in Vancouver, Washington, hit a sweet spot of learning, creativity, and fun. A big shout-out to everyone who made it, from the local attendees to the travelers from afar. Your drive and eagerness to head into screen printing made this session one for the history books.
Ryan Moor's Experience with MADE Lab's Screen Printing 101 Course  | Screenprinting.com

Ryan Moor's Experience with MADE Lab's Screen Printing 101 Course

Ryan Moor
At MADE, it’s been amazing to get to work with people who know more than me. Being the one who started teaching in classes and videos over the past 17 years I kinda thought of myself as an “expert” in most things screen printing but now, having a chance to work with ink and print geniuses like Tom, Brett, and Brian at Made Lab, the teacher has become the student. I’m learning new things even in our basic 101 class.
How to Use Adobe® Photoshop to Convert a Design into Halftones  | Screenprinting.com

How to Use Adobe® Photoshop to Convert a Design into Halftones

Jacelyn Wedman
With Adobe® Photoshop, printers can convert any grayscale image into halftones. Don’t have R.I.P. software? Not a problem. By using a bitmap, printers can create a halftone pattern that will print images like a dream. Here’s how to do it.