1 post from day 30/11/2020

Lino block experiments

Relief printing is a process where a raised surface has ink applied to it so the image can be transferred to paper. To create the raised image, sharp tools called gouges remove areas of the surface material which in this case is lino and what remains will be what is printed. Pressure is applied when transferring the image from the lino to the paper. One method is with a letterpress. However, if no ink is used but pressure is still applied, an image will still result and this is generally ... Continue Reading