Yoga mat printing has loads of possibilities, here are instructions for prints from leaves and mixing colours.Read More
Category: Mono printing
The moral of the tale is don’t clear up leftover ink until you have given yourself permission to play a bit. It is exciting to discover that just when you thought it was all over something new comes along…….Read More
However, you will soon realise that you really do need a tiny printing press for those occasions when you are on the move, or away from home, or you just want to play around with tiny prints, and any children you know will also love it.Read More
Combining collagraphs and mono-prints is a lovely versatile technique that I have used several times in community workshops. It works so well because it is easy to understand and people quickly get satisfying results. There is also plenty of scope for development so people with more printmaking experience enjoy playing with the two techniques together.Read More
The mesh is robust but malleable, it doesn’t go all floppy and get clogged up with ink like some natural fabrics. The thin filaments are stiff enough to handle easily and print really well.
Its simple woven structure makes a great starting point for prints. You can play around with distorting, unravelling and melting it too.Read More
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