CMYK Screenprint with Neil Kerr
CMKY (cyan, magenta, yellow, and key - aka black) is the 4 colour separation used across colour printing. In an extension of Neil's popular weekend workshop, this course will feature in-depth instruction on preparing photographic and digital imagery for creating a 4 layer, CMYK or full colour screenprint. Neil Kerr is an artist and musician who regularly uses screenprinting to produce limited edition graphics for vinyl sleeves, prints, posters and clothing for his own projects as well as special commissions.
The four evening sessions will focus on image processing and registration using Photoshop as well as screen set-up and preparation. The final long-day will cover a range of printing techniques and participants will produce a small edition of works from their own imagery. This course is particularly suitable for those with some experience either in screenprint of graphics, looking to take their work to the next level but beginners are also welcome as all steps will be covered.
Our class sizes are limited and only payment secures your place - if online booking is not for you please don't worry - you can still book and pay for classes by cash or cheque in person at the workshop, contact us prior to visiting, by email to: [email protected] or telephone 02890 231 323.