Rolling Pin Drypoint

Here’s the latest print, using new processes. I used a 0.04″ PETG plastic sheet as a plate. It is softer than plexiglass and stiff enough to handle easily. It also is too stiff to run through the pasta machine like acetate, the pasta machine has a very limited feed size and the PETG is to rigid to bend easily on its way through. I used a 1 1/2″ dowel that we use as a rolling pin as a press and it works OK. The image itself needs some work, under the arm, and better inking would help. Better definition also, more subtlety on the line work.
Female Back

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~ by scultore on December 7, 2014.

One Response to “Rolling Pin Drypoint”

  1. The linework is very much to my taste!

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