Just messing about with an image taken in Cornwall. Printed as a CMYK, but only the cyan and magenta layers contain any information – so its just two layers.
The middle image is how it should look, in the bottom image the magenta layer has been printed upside down, they seem to still blend together and actually works better this way!
Stage One – Initial photographic image
Stage Two – Editing of image on phone using Photoshop – Applying filter
Stage Three – Separating of sections and dividing up the image. Each area can them be altered independently.
One of the images I took in Cornwall, not sure whether it works better as a photographic image or as a two-tone image for screen-printing. Meh
Ok finally started printing in preparation for Bainbridge Open Exhibition in May, beginning to remember why I stopped screenprinting and started using offset litho! So many things to go wrong. Anyway I’ll persevere.
Prints are up!…having spent about 3 hours taking apart the wall so I could get power to the projector I’m using!
So as you can see I have got two images framed, as one of the earlier prints I was making didn’t work out I’ve decided to use a print I made a couple of months before…seems to work alot better.