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DERIVAN DRAWING FLUID & SCREEN BLOCK OUT

DERIVAN LIQUID STENCIL


Screen-printing with the new water-based Derivan Screen Printing Stencil System is a non-toxic process. Makes creating your hand-drawn prints a breeze. This straightforward process is ideal for all ages, perfect for the art studio, classroom or dining table.

GREAT FOR :

  • Screen printing t-shirts

  • Hand drawn designs

  • Printing on fabric

  • Printing on paper

HOW DOES SCREEN PRINTING WORK?


DOWNLOAD SAFETY DATA SHEET HERE - BLOCK OUT


DOWNLOAD SAFETY DATA SHEET HERE - DRAWING FLUID 

DOWNLOAD SAFETY DATA SHEET HERE - ScREEN CLEANER 

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drawing fluid and screen block out in front of a silkscreen

Application

Use the drawing fluid with a brush onto the silkscreen  to create a hand-painted design. Then apply the block out to the whole silk screen.   The screen will last for many prints.  Once you finish your print run you can remove the block out with soap and warm water leaving the screen clean and ready for your next design.

HOW TO CREATE YOUR HAND PAINTED STENCIL

How to produce a hand-painted stencil by hand onto a screen without any toxic photo emulsion

DERIVAN SILKSCREEN LIQUID STENCIL SET
57.00 57.00 57.0 AUD Add to Cart

62.70 62.70 inc GST

Looking After Your Art Brushes 

-         Mix a small amount of soap and water into a lather and massage into the bristles. Rinse with water. Reform the tip with your fingers and dry flat to prevent excess moisture gathering at the base of the bristles.

-         Dry brushes can be stored either upright or flat in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight.

-         Do not leave brushes standing tip down in a water container for a extended period. The bristles may become permanently distorted and loose.

-         Do not allow acrylic paint to dry on the brush. It is extremely hard to remove.

-         If dried paint has made a brush unusable, don’t throw it away. Either end may be suitable for use as a tool for scratching and scraping paint to achieve interesting effects.

-         Remove any excess oil paint from the brush with a piece of newspaper.

-         Pour a small amount of mineral turpentine into a jar with a lid and swirl the brush before wiping it again with the newspaper. Repeat until the remaining oil paint is removed.

-         Mix a small amount of soap and water into a lather and massage into the bristles. Rinse with water. Reform the tip with your fingers and dry flat to prevent excess moisture gathering at the base of the bristles.

-         Dry brushes can be stored either upright or flat in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight.

-         Keep the mineral turpentine in a jar for later use, discarding only when the contents become too dirty to use.

-         Mix a small amount of soap and water into a lather and massage into the bristles. Rinse with water. Reform the tip with your fingers and dry flat to prevent excess moisture gathering at the base of the bristles.

-         Dry brushes can be stored either upright or flat in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight.

-         Do not leave brushes standing tip down in a water container for extended periods. The bristles may become permanently distorted and loose.

-         Place brushes in a brush holder while you are working or lay them down flat to avoid undue pressure on the bristles.

-         Some staining of the bristles of synthetic brushes is likely to occur and will not impact the future use of the brush, assuming it has been thoroughly cleaned.