Printmaking Skills Course
How long have we got ?
We could mono-print for an hour or so, or learn how to overlay multiple types of mono-prints, given a bit more time.
Drypoint can be a fast and rewarding activity. (from 2 hrs to 8hrs )
Woodblock and various relief printmaking processes (such as Collagraph) can work over a few hours
Other forms of Etching will need one day plus to really get stuck in, but there are some quick processes in the mix.
Oliver believes it’s often how the plate is wiped that makes it a “good proof”, so once the plate is made, much fun can be had reproofing the plate with different variations of marks and inking effects. So time for proofing is well worth factoring in too.
For more information on these and other types of printmaking processes, please feel free to contact Oliver by email at email@example.com