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with your printmaking
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When I decided to write this post to share my experiments with alternatives to black ink it seemed like a great idea. Now I am actually collecting the images for...
In this post I will show you how to use clingfilm to transfer images to paper without a press. We will print from the texture of clingfilm itself, and also print...
Discover a great resource of FREE textured patterns ready for printing as relief or intaglio!Develop your own pattern resource Visit the wallpaper dept of the...
Why trap your prints behind glass? Are they desiccated museum exhibits forever fixed in time?
‘A print that moves’ is part of my investigation into making prints that live outside the frame.
In this post I want to share some of my current work with you
People are often confused by the difference between transparent ink and linseed oil, and how these two elements affect your inks for printmaking.
If you are familiar with traditional lino prints you may like to extend your pritnmaking by exploring lino etching. This is a fascinating technique combining...