Acrylics on wood panel, Part 2

Night forest No.1, Session 2 This is the second part. For part one please see Acrylics on wood panel, Part 1. Using glazing techniques on wood panels, there is no way to overpaint or fix outlines later, so it’s a good idea let the panel rest at least overnight or better a couple of days.… Continue reading Acrylics on wood panel, Part 2

Acrylics on wood panel, Part 1

Night forest No.1, Session 1 This is the first part. For part two please see Acrylics on wood panel, Part 2. It’s not really session 1. There was much sketching and revising on paper beforehand. But this is not what this post is about ^_^.* I am not even sure what this post is about (to… Continue reading Acrylics on wood panel, Part 1

In the (new) minu Print Studio #2 – Mono print tutorial

My first experiments with mono print (…it was high time to try something new). Once you get a handle on the inks this is fun, and no press needed! Printing shadow rabbit – mono print, 1 colour There are quite a few different mono print techniques. The term mono print defines that only one print is… Continue reading In the (new) minu Print Studio #2 – Mono print tutorial

How to: Multi Colour Drypoint Etching – One Plate, One Go

This is a follow up post on my tutorial about Drypoint etchings (…›‘How To: Drypoint on Perspex (Plexi-glass)’ ). This post describes how to apply different ink layers onto one plate to print various colours in one go. I use this technique in the ‘Afternoon Tea’ and ‘Miyu’ series. The plate is inked using Charbonel oil based etching… Continue reading How to: Multi Colour Drypoint Etching – One Plate, One Go