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Watch a quick video and see what a trace monotype print is. Want to learn more join us in the next session of Draw into Print. Read all the details on the workshop page. A trace monotype print has a fuzzy line quality that cannot be reproduced with other methods of printmaking. You can free … What is a trace monoprint? – video Read More »
Teresa Venters saved to Print
Quick description of two printing techniques.
Elena Mehmood saved to Art reference
This video shows you how to mono print with Devon Guild Member Anita Reynolds. Anita shows you how to mono print without a press from easily accessible mater...
Karen Andrews saved to Monoprinting
This might not be a new method for you. but it was new to me. I really enjoyed it. I learned it from this great teacher, Heather Sulzen, over at Winnetonka A...
Sonia Hawes saved to Abstract
Monoprinting without a printing press. Easy and fun monoprinting technique using tempera or acrylic paint and minimal other supplies; simple art tutorialOthe...
Milena Poptcheva saved to Acrylic
Middle & Senior Secondary. In this project I show you how to make a printmaking monoprint at home. Then I take the completed monoprints and turn them into a ...
Shelley Hunter saved to Printing
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Gina Marsh saved to Gel printing
Monoprinting is a lovely technique that allows printmakers to be spontaneous, painterly and experimental. This simple monoprint project produces beautiful delicate prints using a piece of scrim and an etching press. Begin with a piece of perpex, a plastic inking plate or a sheet of drypoint plastic. use masking tape to tape off a rectangle on your perspex. … Continue reading "Monoprinting with Scrim"
Growth Experience Art Studio saved to Monoprinting
The Big Picture Art Project is a collective art project I launched with Sophie Babeanu (Art therapist) a few months ago. Participation is free and open to anyone in the world. We want to share techniques that will allow anyone to participate in the project, even of they are not regular drawers. The monotype print is one of these techniques that can easily be used to participate in the project
Annie Hayami saved to 8th 2017-2018