Colour Mono-Prints


The final two weeks of the Life Printing sessions concluded with colour work. We achieved balanced colour in these studies through limiting the palette to either warm or cool. This is a form of mono printing. The approach is simple, the ink is used like paint and applied to the surface of the perspex using brushes. The image is then transferred to paper, firstly using dry paper to blot print the image and then using damp paper to give a more unified surface print.


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