Drypoint

Drypoint

Drypoint prints are made by scratching into metal or plastic with a sharp pointed needle. This produces a burr that will hold the ink and produce the soft velvety lines characteristic of the drypoint. The prints may be inked in several colours or hand-coloured when dry. Drypoint is a lovely technique for those who enjoy drawing.

 

lino and monoprint

Linocuts are made from a design which is carved in reverse onto a block of linoleum and printed in relief with a roller

Monoprints are made by transferring an inked image onto a new sheet of paper.  It cannot be reproduced.