A diary of artistic evolution and record of accountability.
Here is an update about my findings and working methods after 2 months of working on re-creating a user-friendly version of the collotype process. Highlights Firstly, in order to tackle the problem of not being able to achieve white highlights, I created an unsensitised plate (simply a gelatine and water solution poured onto resin-coated photographicContinue reading “Rediscovering The Collotype Process – 2 Months On”
After some time using Das as a sensitiser for the carbon transfer printing process, and now more recently for collotype I thought it might be useful to share my experiences with others, with the idea of eventually producing a complete video tutorial that would allow a complete newcomer to the process to be able toContinue reading “Defining Standard Recipes For Carbon Transfer Tissue Glop Using Das (Diazidostilbene)”
If you’ve ever found yourself staring at the cereal box too long, or have walked past a billboard advert at eye level, you may have wondered how, or why it was that the images were made up of tiny dots, that would normally be invisible to the naked eye when viewed from afar. If onContinue reading “The Lost Art of the Halftone Screen”
The first steps towards learning a non-toxic, and user-friendly version of the collotype process of photomechanical printing.
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