And finally the last in my paper Four Part Series. Let’s have a look at Paper Size (as in the physical dimension of paper and not paper size that relates to adding a degree of water [...]
Paper – Part 3: Storing Printmaking Papers (and other information you didn’t know you needed to know)
There are so many different aspects to paper. Beyond identifying what makes printmaking paper printmaking paper, there is storage, preparation, to-stretch-or-not-to-stretch, watermarks, pricing [...]
I love paper! I love how it feels, and I especially love what you can do with it. I love deckled edges, handmade papers, machine-made, thin, thick, smooth, textured and toothy papers.
Do you feel comfortable arranging elements on your gelatin plate to create a satisfying and balanced composition or design?
Lets take the humble (yet terribly versatile) snake book structure and adapt the page shape to a hexagon …
WOW what a year this is turning out to be! After the start with the fires, who in their wildest dreams could have imagined whats unfolding now? In spite of whats happening at the moment, I hope [...]
One gelatin plate, 2 paint colours, some paper and a brayer … that’s all you need to create a mountain range monotype print.
How do you print a white silhouette with a coloured background when printing with gelatin plates? Here I share my process with you …