Saturday, February 06, 2010

Oil Stick Monotype

One of my old studio mates got rid of a box of old oilsticks. Before recommending to the students that they try to use them for monotype printing, I gave them a quick try. They work pretty good, but still don't give a very fine point or much control. I've still found it's easier to get much detail and depth with reduction (wiping away material with tools) that with the addition step.

Oil stick and kitikata chine colle on buff BFK:
skull monotype

I drew the skull without referrence, which explains if not excuses the misproportion.

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