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Printmaking Series Three - Planographic PrintingPrintmaking produces images with visual qualities that are very different from those obtained through drawing or painting directly, and each technique adds its own peculiarities to the way each piece is conceived. Each of these techniques involves the use of a matrix or original surface which is manipulated in different ways, and from which multiple prints are produced. Each of these prints is an original, since they are not reproductions of another work of art.Printmaking Series Three - Planographic Printing by stigmatattoo
However, with its odd and alchemical combinations of unusual materials, specific tools and enormous machines, Printmaking is often a strange and foreign territory even for artists accustomed to studio work on other disciplines.
While there are a great many different techniques, some of them done in ways dictated by ancient tradition and others spawned from modern technologies, it all comes down to four main categories:
Relief, Intaglio, Planographic and Screen Printing. These basic categories contain within themselves ev
Art History Contest: AbstractFollowing the article released twenty minutes ago (I'm a little late this month), of Art History Spotlight: Abstract, the Traditional Gallery presents to you:Art History Contest: Abstract by oilsoaked
The Art History Contest!
Each month, as we address different movements, chosen by you in a poll, there will be an educational article followed by a contest on the movement itself.
This month, your mission is to create an original Traditional work based on the Abstract Style.
First Prize: 25 deviant dollars and a 3 month subscription
Second Prize: 10 deviant dollars and a 3 month subscription
Third Prize: 3 month subscription
Only traditional media will be accepted. All traditional media is accepted.
The piece must reflect at least some of the techniques described in the Art History Spotlig