The whole wonderful process of inking and printing a collagraph plate and combining colours through intaglio and relief techniques becomes quite addictive and keeps many printmakers coming back for more. The unpredictability and infinite possibilities of this method make for a rich and exciting printmaking life.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
The one I always recommend to people starting out is the X-cut Xpress die-cutting machine. For around £80 you can have your own handy little press to experiment with in the privacy of your own kitchen. This is the cheapest way I have found to get a press.Read More
Do your prints often come out crooked on the (expensive) printing paper? If you are just guessing its straight, and hoping for the best, then this post is for you. You can end hit or miss registration forever with this handy method, and as a bonus it will also help you to keep your press bed clean so your printshave a neat white border all round.Read More
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