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Water Based Screen Printing for the Enamelling Process - this summer school will help you develop your vitreous enamel work with a focus on the creative application of enamel (waterslide) transfers/decals and direct screen printing on both steel and copper. By using fine meshes and sensitive direct stencils, delicate hand rendered marks can be achieved on decals and onto enamel surfaces, using affordable, portable equipment. We will also be producing some computer generated imagery using PhotoshopTM. The summer school will be of great help to those who wish to set up and organise their own screenprinting area using a completely water-based system. The course will cover: Introduction to print techniques for enamel, including historical and contemporary examples to inspire you; Making enamel transfers, using both on-glaze and over-glaze ceramic colours; Direct screen printing onto a pre-enamelled surface; Direct screen printing onto copper with a water-based resist for etching. Read full listing…