Starting point, sketch of my idea. Screen printing is a very simple process. The screen, a wooden frame with special fabric (organza or mousseline) stretched and secured over it, is used to hold the stencil in place and control the ink deposit. I printed the image. The crosses on the edges are to indicate the position of the print. I copied the same image to a mica paper then I had to cut the figure.
Now the fun begins! But it has to be very precise.
This is the following process. Put the mica paper onto the t-shirt and then the frame, add Ink in the screen’s interior. Grab a squeegee and slide the paint on the figure. Leave it for a few seconds and then Voalà! Print is done!. I added sequins for the touch.