Monoprinting is an expressive, quick and intuitive way of creating very art. Its fun and every time you lift up the print you are surprised by the outcome.
There are three ways to do a monoprint:
The first monoprint technique is to roll out paint over the whole inking plate. Gently place a sheet of paper on it, then draw or press on the back of the sheet of paper. Remove the paper. This process can be repeated in many different colours.
This can be done positively or negatively. Working positively means that the artist will put down imagery with brushes or rollers. Working negatively means that ink is removed by scratching or wiping away…..