IDEAL FOR: LINOLEUM, RUBBER AND WOOD CUT PRINTMAKING
Essential to the process of preparing a print, are the tools. one should use a flat, non-stick surface to empty ink onto – such as a sheet of glass.
A small amount of Artists Stand oil can be added at a time and mixed in with a palette knife to thin the ink to your taste.
Once you have mixed the colour or the consistency you desire, roll a brayer or rubber roller into the ink. Ensure that there is an even coating all the way around the roller head.
Apply the inked roller to your carved material by rolling the brayer back and forth, reapplying ink where needed.
The piece is now ready for the press.
*Clean up using warm soapy water