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SkyDog - Screen Printing Primer - Make your own Con Shirt! from Outerz0ne 5 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

SkyDog - Screen Printing Primer - Make your own Con Shirt! from Outerz0ne 5

    A primer on silkscreening t-shirts and garments. This talk goes thru the process of single color silkscreening, showing the steps necessary to produce the artwork, burning a screen, and then screening a shirt. We'll be producing shirts on stage, showing the techniques learned from much trial and error. Want to make your own Outerz0ne 5 Con shirt? C'mon up and do it yourself. Want to see yours made? We can do that too! Meant to be an interactive talk, to also raise interest in graphic arts and a to try and bring back a bit of the old school stuff.

    Skydog currently works for a major university, while also holding down positions as President for two non-profits. One is Nashville 2600, which is the group responsible for Phreaknic, and the Hacker Consortium, a large non-profit hackerspace in Nashville, TN. When he isn't doing all of that happiness, he's trying to keep his son from cutting a finger off, and making sure he's not surfing pron.

Related Links:
http://www.outerz0ne.org/
http://hackerconsortium.com
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http://archive.org/download/Outerz0ne2009/Irongeek-SkyDogScreenPrintingPrimerMakeYourOwnConShirt934.avi
http://blip.tv/file/get/Irongeek-SkyDogScreenPrintingPrimerMakeYourOwnConShirt934.avi

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 Special thanks to Scott and Brandon Moulton for the AV work, and SkyDog for letting me rip the videos.


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