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¿Qué método se utiliza para la impresión?
I used drypoint to make this methacrylate plates.Then I printed them with different inks. I'll upload some photos of the results some day.
Thanks for your answer! Apologies about the google translate Spanish. I would love to see some photos, I'm doing second year Printmaking and wanted to show some of my peers your work. Can I ask, how did you make something like this one? http://www.flickr.com/photos/imop/4987402094/in/set-72157625969847186How was the green applied?ClemencySydney University AUS
It was nice from you to ask in spanish, anyway :)I studied it at the University for two years (as part of the whole art degree), but sadly none of the pictures I posted are made with printmaking technics. I haven't still uploaded any of the results jet.That illustration was made half traditionally (lines are graphite) and digital (colours -white,reds,oranges,green- added with photoshop later)*You can know the technic I used in each work by having a look at the "tags" on the right of each one at flickr :) (or you can always ask and I will be happy to answer)**Anyway, they can be done as silkscreen prints, like this one: http://www.flickr.com/photos/imop/3988615380/in/set-72157623760143326 (it's not the print result, but the illusration I used to make it. I'm sorry I can't find now any photos of the silkscreen print. But I have to say it was quite similar to the original that I show)Btw, I'm really glad you wanted to show my work. Thank you and good luck with the studies!
Thanks Adara, This was really helpful.I was a bit at a loss on how you created such perfect negative space with some of the images and shapes. So with something like this one which is just tagged drawing http://www.flickr.com/photos/imop/4075582408/in/set-72157623760143326/ it has no digital editing?Sorry I keep asking you so many questions, thanks for baring with me.