Paul Wandless adheres a stencil to a screen.

Paul Wandless adheres a stencil to a screen.

Stencils can be fun and simple tools for making bold, graphic imagery on pots. You can buy stencils at craft stores or ceramics suppliers, or if you really want to personalize your work, you can make your own. There are a number of ways to do this with the easiest method being making stencils out of paper. But for more complex designs or designs with very fine components, adhesive stencil film and a screen are really handy.

 

In today’s video, an excerpt from Fundamentals of Screen Printing on Clay, Paul Wandless explains this process. Enjoy! – Jennifer Harnetty, editor.

 


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How do you make a silkscreen?
How do you prepare slips for screening images on clay?
Paul Wandless gives you all the details on these techniques and more in his DVD Fundamentals of Screen Printing on Clay.

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