Loryn, thank you for sharing the link :) I have to admit that Will Smith described determination and success far better. I do agree that understanding a concept mustn't be complex because simplicity is complex in itself. I do, however, have a little something to share with you. As you may already know, the world we all live in is automatically set to balance good and bad. What I find funny is that I know when the balance is about to hit me hard. For instance, last month I had the best day. The sun was out and the weather was gorgeous! One of my student's even hugged me as I was waiting to cross the street. So, we talked a bit and as I was going home, I was paranoid as hell! I knew the balance was going to hit me hard anytime now, but how and when?! I've always tried to track down the pattern, but I haven't figured it out just yet. I think this is one of the reasons some of us give up on success :/ What do you think?
Hi Loryn,busy girl!What would you like to swap? Nothing too big as mine are quite heavy but tell me what you like,which colours and we could agree on a certain size!i do love you red one at the beginning when you started stitching them up and making a sort of patchwork out of it and i do love red and turquoise a lot!ave a great day over at your end,love,Elke
So once i have my image printed onto transparency film, I take my Ezscreen silk screen which has been coated in light sensitive emulsion (These sheets come pre-coated so they are ready to use). Place it onto a black board, then place the transparency image on top (this part needs to be done in a dark room with no direct sunlight). I take it outside and expose it for 1 minute and 40 seconds (but time varies depending on time of day and strength of sunlight). After i have exposed the image i place it into a tub of water for around 5 - 8 minutes. Then i rinse the screen out under fast running water until the unexposed area (the black) washes away. I then expose the screen to the sun for a further 20mins to completely harden the light sensitive emulsion.
And this is the completed screen ready for printing. I simply use an old credit card to spread the ink over the screen making sure i do one complete full stroke across the screen (holding the credit card at a 45 degree angle). I immediately wash the screen out under fast flowing water and pat dry. I use fabric screen printing ink which washes out in water (which makes the process easy).
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