Thursday, March 7, 2013

St Marys College - Wellington

The waterbased ink is rolled out onto the glass and spread so the ink is even in texture and has an even hissing sound. Then use a roller full of ink and roll that out on another section of clear glass. This thinned down ink is what we need for inking up the experimental textured surfaces. Ink can be thinned down with a transparent base other wise use this thinner coating with the lighter colours.
The drying rack was full very quickly with many different examples of textures and overprinting as background templates.

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