ACETATE

The printmaking process begins with hand-made or photographic images that are transferred onto screens ready for printing.

 

The artwork may be drawn, sprayed or painted on transparent film.  It may be hand cut from paper or masking film, or it may be any type of digital image,The process begins with hand-made or photographic images such as photography, a scan of a painting or drawing, or an image created on the computer.  These images are transferred onto screens.

 

Digitally printed acetates can range in size but the studio can print up to 24 inches wide by any length.  The maximum screen size that is used at Inky Hands is currently 30 x 40 inches.

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INKY HANDS IS A CONTEMPORARY SILK SCREEN STUDIO, GALLERY AND PUBLISHER IN PLYMOUTH, DEDICATED FULLY TO SILK SCREEN AS A FINE ART PROCESS.  THE STUDIO PROVIDES A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH TO PRODUCING LIMITED EDITION SCREEN PRINTS WITH  ARTISTS, AS WELL AS OFFERS THE COMMUNITY A PLACE TO LEARN AND PRINT THROUGH WORKSHOPS AND SHORT COURSES.

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