Subtractive Monotypes are made by removing the ink from a relief plate selectively after the plate has been uniformly inked.
Intaglio printing is all about subtle changes in hight within the plate were you can trap ink. Some origami forms have a great variation in the number of layers across the finished piece. The experiment I did here was with the Pinwheel tessellation. (not technically origami as you have to cut the paper to get the effect.) Looking for a link for you I’ve discovered lots of different Pinwheels so… confusion. Read the rest of this entry »
Now I’m in the second term of printing at Morley College I’m trying to home in what kind of work I want to produce. As well as printing proofs I’ve also been printing samples of various types of materials that I hope to combine in to a proper print later. Read the rest of this entry »
Seasons Greeting one and all, and here’s wishing you all the best for 2016