13 Apr

I’m spending the weekend at the fabulous Trefeglwys Print Studio doing some etchings with master printmaker, Andrew Baldwin. I have been working on an aquatint today, on a zinc plate.

Here’s the first proof. It’s too dark so I tried thinning the ink with extender but it didn’t lighten it enough so I spent the last hour or so scraping areas of the plate to reduce the intensity of the aquatint. Tomorrow I’ll do another proof print to see if it works.

3 Responses to “Proofing”

  1. Leonie Andrews April 14, 2019 at 13:30 #

    It’s interesting to watch your progress with this image. I think that sometimes it would be wonderful to hand over the actual printmaking to a more skilled hand that mine, when it comes to etchings and the like. I am way morecomfortable an the screen printing side. The print studio I belong to holds an annual screen vs press exhibition- I know exactly where I fit. 😉

    • Rosie Scribblah April 16, 2019 at 20:56 #

      Now I’m the other way around. I love cutting or painting stencils for screens, but I get into such a mess when I put a squeegee in my hand lol !

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