Monotype printmaking without a press – video demonstration

Friday, den 23. December 2011

After long last I finally did a video and filmed how I do my monotype prints without using a press. I mounted my mobile phone over the glass plate and then started the film function. I interrupted the recording two times. This simple monochrome print took about an hour to make and I compressed the […]

Acrylic prints – Provence print series on Fine Art America

Saturday, den 3. December 2011

Some time ago I joined Fine Art America as Print on Demand outlet for high quality prints. The qualities of the professional scans (full size scan with drum scanner at 300 dpi) I order each year of several selected monotype prints come to great effect on the website of Fine Art America. Their latest addition […]

Tracing a tree – learning proportions in drawing

Thursday, den 19. November 2009

Tracing a subject is a widely used technique in the art and illustration world. I do not want to discuss the question whether tracing is a kind of “cheat”, as it can be done with less dexterity than a freehand drawing, or not. This post is about learning proportions in drawing. Once I got so […]

In the woods – a monotype print

Tuesday, den 25. August 2009

Sometimes it is necessary to try at least a breakout or an escape from the usual routine to find new ways. This monotype is a combination of an oil color drawing, a “regular monotype” and some painting on paper. I kept this work, which seems not to comply to any kind of appropriate technique or […]