1 Printmaking M. Ryan Academic Decathlon 2005-06 2 Printmaking
Definition a group of mechanically aided two-dimensional processes that permit the production of multiple original artworks.
3 Printmaking Relief printmaking the artist cuts away parts of the surface of a plate. The part that is not cut away will stand out in relief. http//www.artelino.com/articles/printmaking.asp 4 Printmaking Relief printmaking Ink is applied to the plate and the relief parts of the plate produce the image. 5 Printmaking Relief printmaking Ink is rolled over the surface of the plate with a brayer and ink can be forced onto the paper with a burnisher. 6 Printmaking Intaglio printmaking lines are incised on wood or metal plates and ink is placed in the grooves and forced with intense pressure. http//www.artelino.com/articles/intaglio_printmak ing.asp 7 Printmaking Intaglio printmaking The paper is typically soaked in water to ensure ink transfer. 8 Printmaking Intaglio printmaking two techniques- acid and non-acid (refers to how the plate is made) Acid The plate is coated with something known as a ground (wax petroleum jelly varnish) The artist sketches into the ground removing it. The plate is covered with acid which eats at the uncovered metal. Examples etching aquatint embossing 9 Printmaking Intaglio printmaking two techniques- acid and non-acid (refers to how the plate is made) Non-Acid The plate is scratched or incised with a sharp tool. Examples drypoint engraving mezzotint 10 Printmaking Lithography A drawing is made on the stone or plate with a greasy crayon or tusche and then washed with water. When ink is applied it sticks to the greasy drawing but runs off (or is resisted by) the wet surface allowing a print-- a lithograph-- to be made of the drawing. 11 Printmaking Screen Printing An image is imposed on a screen of silk or other fine mesh with blank areas coated with an impermeable substance and ink is forced through the mesh onto the printing surface. Also called serigraphy or silk-screen. T-SHIRTS
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