seems like your inks is sticking on the back of your screen..looks like you dont have enough off contact and/or your screen doesnt have enough tension..also, seems like you dont have a good stencil because there are parts that have inks that were not supposed to be there in the first place?
after looking at the pics closer and studying them closer...I am thinking the shirt is sticking to the screen....to prevent this....use more off contact or more spray adhesive to hold the shirt to the board....also a little trick I have learned is to snap your wrist at the end of the print stroke this will help the screen snap off the shirt and leave a clean sharp priint......hope this helps.
OFF CONTACT!!! Plus a good sharp squeegee to sheer the ink and more glue on plate. What is causing this is the ink is sticking to the back of the screen. When you pull the screen up it is sticking to the ink left in the screen or the screen itself. One other thing, make sure you don't have ink resting on your screen where the opening (or design) is on the screen.
Yes, the adhesive is very important which is why aside from the table glue I normally use, I always have a can of sprayway #82/84 which I apply whenever I noticed any part of the shirt is lifted(or has move) as I lift the screen.
How about those splattered inks where initial prints are said to be OK?
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