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Friday, 27 February 2015

365 Prints - Day 63

Day 63 - Print Plate No.  63
Mount board, oil based inks, newsprint
Another shaped collagraph plate.




365 Prints - Day 62

Day 62 - Print Plate No.  62
Mount board, oil based inks, newsprint

A smaller plate that I then went on to join up with yesterday's plate. Sometimes I can't help but start to be figurative in my outcomes. The potential for new face shapes and characters is exciting and a possible way I might develop some of these prints.







Wednesday, 25 February 2015

365 Prints - Day 61

Day 61 - Print Plate 61.
Mount board,  oil based inks, newsprint

Trying out different shapes for collagraph print plate and putting it through the mangle press. Paper kept creasing but I don't mind that during this testing stage of the project.



Printed twice to layer up colours.


blocking out a bit I didn't like....

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

365 Prints - Day 60

Day 60 - Print Plate No.  60
Mount board, oil based inks, newsprint.

removing the top layer of the mount board in places to create this print plate.








Monday, 23 February 2015

365 Prints - Day 59

Day 59 - Print Plate No.  59
polystyrene, newsprint, oil based inks.

Plate made by pushing the end of a large paper clip into it....





365 Prints - Day 58

Day 58 - Print Plate No. 58
Card, oil based inks, polystyrene and paper.

Trying out a stencil today, inked up and put through my mangle press.





Here I have combined it with yesterday's plate.




Sunday, 22 February 2015

365 Prints - Day 57

Day 57. Print Plate No. 57
Polystyrene,  oil based inks, newsprint.

I'm not too well today so getting this print up on my blog feels like a big achievement. :/

Simple idea for this print plate but I think it's pretty effective and would work well combined with other types of print plates.

So I've had a change of media today - trying out polystyrene for the print plate and using house hold objects to press into them to create marks. This plate was created by repeatedly pressing a USB stick into the polystyrene.








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