Printing at Home guides you through 3 different simple but effective printing processes that can be easily set up at home. Video one guides you through mono-printing without a press, video 2 explores making a gelatine plate and then following on from that is a step by step guide to creating a one plate lino cut.
Monotype - this video guides you through making both trace and reductive monotypes without a press. Both of these techniques create a very immediate and striking image from fairly simple materials.
In this second video, we explore making a 'gelatine plate' at home which allows you to make multiple layers within a print while also generating a diverse language of mark.
In this 'how to' guide we look at creating a one plate lino cut that can be both made and printed at home.