Cardboard Etching

£4.50

In this archive collection of 3 video workshops Linda will show you how simple cardboard can be used to make a print plate which can be inked in a similar way to a traditional etching. See how to print from the plate without using an expensive press, and how you can finally tint the print to make each one unique.

Description

In this archive collection of 3 video workshops Linda will show you how simple cardboard can be used to make a print plate which can be inked in a similar way to a traditional etching. See how to print from the plate without using an expensive press, and how you can finally tint the print to make each one unique.

This workshop has three videos.

Making the Plate

Create print effects similar to etching without the harsh chemicals and tricky equipment. Linda’s using simple materials that you may already have to hand.

Run time: 15  minutes

Presenter: Linda Kemshall

The Printing

If you’ve made a cardboard plate, now’s the time to print from it. Linda demonstrates two methods, with a press and without.

Run time: 15 minutes

Presenter: Linda Kemshall

Colouring

Add colour and definition to prints with mixed media.

Run time: 26 minutes

Presenter: Linda Kemshall