I have all my art work completed. I have one of those see-thru H-P scanners. I scanned all inserts for Quicksilver. I have scanned all the inserts for Big Game. I scanned the Stern style spinner with the "S" and the stars. I have scanned the Tiger spinner for Big Game.
I learned how to use Gimp and made artwork for the QS inserts. Artwork for the Big Game numbers 1-thru-9. And the spinners.
I don't have expensive developing light so I have to develop the stencils in the sunlight for one minute. It has been rainy an cloudy here for the last 7-8 days. I managed to get 20 minutes of sunshine yesterday and got the sample piece pictured developed. Before I could get back outside to develop the rest the clouds returned.
I am happy with my 1st screen job. But when I lay the ink down it is not smooth and shiny. It looks like 220 grit sandpaper. I don't know why. Tech support at the companies that sell the stuff do not get a blue ribbon for customer service. This sandpaper ink surface needs resolved before I can continue.