Monotype Printing without a Press
10 monthes ago - By Belinda del Pesco
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How to Print a Monotype without a Press
Monotype printmaking is the "painterly print" option. This printmaking process is accessible to everyone, and it doesn't require sharp tools, carving lines into hard material, or using a printing press.
At its most basic, monotype prints are made by manipulating pigment into shapes on a smooth, flat surface, and then pressing printmaking paper onto the wet pigments to transfer the image from the plate to the paper.
You might ask why not just paint directly on the paper? You can do...
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