Monotype in 3 print versions

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Normally a monotype print is as the word says, a single print. But by using a Monotype and an object, you can create 3 different prints. You print a positive one, a negative version, and one final of the object itself. How? Take a plexiglass or thick plastic sheet and roll printing ink on it with a small roller, not too thick, and not too thin either. Put an object (leaf, flower, net etc.) on the ink, cover it with a piece of … Read More