All that did not make it

Marbling method. Inking the paper by placing it on the surface of water in a container filled with drips of ink after disturbing the layer with the back of a paintbrush.
Marbling method. Inking the paper by placing it on the surface of water in a container filled with drips of ink after disturbing the layer with the back of a paintbrush.
Inking fingers with ink and drawing the lines by dragging them across the medium
Inking fingers with ink and drawing the lines by dragging them across the medium
Monoprinting with a flower and drawing the lines with the back of the paint brush
Monoprinting with a flower and drawing the lines with the back of the paint brush
Monoprinting
Monoprinting
Monoprinting with a flower and drawing the lines with the back of the paint brush
Monoprinting with a flower and drawing the lines with the back of the paint brush
Monoprinting
Monoprinting
Monoprinting
Monoprinting
Monoprinting
Monoprinting
Marbling method. Inking the paper by placing it on the surface of water in a container filled with drips of ink after disturbing the layer with the back of a paintbrush.
Marbling method. Inking the paper by placing it on the surface of water in a container filled with drips of ink after disturbing the layer with the back of a paintbrush.
Marbling method. Inking the paper by placing it on the surface of water in a container filled with drips of ink after disturbing the layer with the back of a paintbrush.
Marbling method. Inking the paper by placing it on the surface of water in a container filled with drips of ink after disturbing the layer with the back of a paintbrush.
Marbling method. Inking the paper by placing it on the surface of water in a container filled with drips of ink after disturbing the layer with the back of a paintbrush.
Marbling method. Inking the paper by placing it on the surface of water in a container filled with drips of ink after disturbing the layer with the back of a paintbrush.
Marbling method. Inking the paper by placing it on the surface of water in a container filled with drips of ink after disturbing the layer with the back of a paintbrush.
Marbling method. Inking the paper by placing it on the surface of water in a container filled with drips of ink after disturbing the layer with the back of a paintbrush.
Monoprinting with placing folded industrial on the plate and using the reductive method to create the textures on it.
Monoprinting with placing folded industrial on the plate and using the reductive method to create the textures on it.
Rorschach
Rorschach
Monoprinting
Monoprinting
Rorschach
Rorschach
Rorschach
Rorschach
Monoprinting
Monoprinting
Rorschach
Rorschach
Monoprinting
Monoprinting
Monoprinting
Monoprinting
Using a chinese paint brush and brushing long swift strokes to create the lines.
Using a chinese paint brush and brushing long swift strokes to create the lines.
Flinging ink randomly on paper using a chinese paint brush
Flinging ink randomly on paper using a chinese paint brush
Monoprinting
Monoprinting
Monoprinting
Monoprinting
Monoprinting
Monoprinting
Using a wide brush dipped in ink and dapping the ink on the paper with different intensity.
Using a wide brush dipped in ink and dapping the ink on the paper with different intensity.
Monoprinting
Monoprinting
Monoprinting with one side of the roller lower on one side to have a gradient in the print.
Monoprinting with one side of the roller lower on one side to have a gradient in the print.
Inking fingers with ink and drawing the lines by dragging them across the medium
Inking fingers with ink and drawing the lines by dragging them across the medium
Using paint brush to draw patterns randomly across the medium
Using paint brush to draw patterns randomly across the medium
Rorschach
Rorschach
Monoprinting
Monoprinting
Randomly dripped diluted ink on a inclined paper and allow it to flow naturally.
Randomly dripped diluted ink on a inclined paper and allow it to flow naturally.
Monoprinting with placing folded industrial on the plate and using the reductive method to create the textures on it.
Monoprinting with placing folded industrial on the plate and using the reductive method to create the textures on it.
Monoprinting with crushed aluminium foil and pink rafia string.
Monoprinting with crushed aluminium foil and pink rafia string.
Froissage by crumpling paper and dipping it in diluted ink.
Froissage by crumpling paper and dipping it in diluted ink.
Monoprinting with crushed aluminium foil and pink rafia string.
Monoprinting with crushed aluminium foil and pink rafia string.

One thought on “All that did not make it”

  1. The importance of accurately capturing via scan or photo and properly managing all the works and information about the project and mapping your key words (lines, tones, values, mark making, abstrcat..etc)cannot be stressed enough. This is an essential part of the rigor of first few weeks in ADM. You can now have a convincing argument to claim your end result as it is backed up by evidence of your artist/printmaking processes!!!

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