I've been playing with my gelli print again. This time trying out the dark over light technique. This involves allowing the paints to dry before adding the final dark colour prior to pulling the print. I have to say I love this technique - I like being in control of the design and laying the design precisely as I want it. on the desk there is scrap piece of thick tracing type paper which I salvaged from an envelope and I'm using to practice some designs and colour combinations. You can also see perched on top of my pencils a fabric ATC (artist trading card) waiting to be finished off.
This is one of the prints I made using the dark over light technique.
These prints are just some normal prints - the above 2 are on glossy card which I've been told NOT to use as it will affect the gelli plate - lesson learnt.
These 2 were a couple of messing about prints just on copy paper which isn't ideal as it's too thin and goes wrinkly but that's okay they will get used in another project.
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