Interlude - Printing experiments

Am very excited about this interlude, as I get to experiment with lots of different printing methods. The only problem is where to stop - once I've started reseaching, I keep finding more and more different methods.
  • NATURAL (great books here http://www.kbaxterpackwood.com/e-Books.htm)
    • Rust printing
    • compost dying
    • Eco printing
  • Sun printing
    • cyanotype sensitizer (peeznkarat)
    • stencilpro film or photo ez (photo emulsion for screen printing)
    • solar plate (use with relief prints)
    • pebeo steacolour soleil (paint that reacts with sun)
  • Resist dying
  • Relief & block
    • found objects (string, bubble wrap)
    • vegetables
    • lino / rubber blocks
      • softcut printing blocks
      • speedball speedy carve
      • quickprint foam
      • Heat form (formy @ George Weils)
      • mircacle sponges
      • press print
      • foam core board
      • funky foam
    • Indian print blocks
    • monoprints (inked flat surface & pressure)
    • collagraphic (print from a raised surface - example jeans)
    • letterpress
    • etching (wood, cooper, zinc plates)
  • STENCIL & masks
    • gocco
    • freezer papaer
    • drawing fluid (masking fluid)
    • screenprinting
      • deconstrcutive screen printing (kerr grabowski)
      • truegrain film (draw on and use with photo emulsion)
      • draftfilm (polydraw) use with red liquid opaque to draw on & create a stencil
    • mylar (poly film)
    • leaves / net etc
  • markel paintsticks rubbings
  • IMAGE TRANSFER
    • blender pen (chakpak AD)
    • sheer heaven paper (rubbing & alcohol)
    • print on paper using laser & tape and soak. peel away to leave in & spary with lod podge gloss
    • avery tshirt transfer paper
    • crayola transfer crayons
    • heat transfer paint
    • iron bags / paper from florists
  • HAND PAINTING
    • silk printing
      • outline
      • salt
  • Bleach
    • objects leaves
    • dip in dishwasher
    • then print
    • spray with bleach
    • bleach pen

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