MM Part Four – Bad Prints

Due to the nature of monoprinting each print is unique and while what that printed image will look like can be controlled it cannot be certain until it has been pulled.

As a result there were a few prints from this section of work that I wasn’t happy with. Some were too light, made when the very last of the ink was on the plate, problems with pressure when printing the plate, or taken so late in the printing process that most of the print remained on the plate, stuck to the surface along with the paper.

I took some of these prints and have tried to salvage parts of them. Below are the prints I rescued and the methods applied.

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