The Basic Methods of Fine Art Printing.
Fine art printing has been in existence for more than we can remember and it was being done long before any technology was invented. Some of the fine art pieces have been made by the big names and others have been made and are still in production. The pieces of fine art take time and concentration to come out as successful pieces and there are failures behind every success.
The most recognised methods of creating fine art pieces are intaglio, screen printing, planography and relief. These methods have been in use for more than five decades and they are still being used to produce the fine art pieces. Below is a brief explanation of how all the above are done.
The oldest method that has been in use is the relief method. It is started by the artist cutting out a piece of material they want to use by a sharp method. The wood pieces are sculptures using knives and shapes intended carved out. The pieces would then place in ink and printed on the desired surface, either paper or canvas. The printing would be pressed with more pressure to transfer all the ink to the paper. The wood and paper is then separated after some time when the paper is dried not to tear up.
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The planography pieces are done by paint being applied to a rock then it is pulled off when it has dried up to form a surface like material. The piece of selected rock is applied with a lube most of the time, which is just oil. The painting is then done on the rock. After the paint dries up, it is pulled off the stone to complete the process.
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The screen-printing method involves the covering of the areas not to be printed out with the use of special glue. The method was the last to be invented and it is used to print many copies and is the most used form of printing currently. The prints can be made on pieces of clothes or paper depending on the need of the art.
Wood curving does Intaglio but the shapes to be printed protrude from the wood. The wood curving of the art is then dipped into ink and then pressed against the surface to be printed. The most used surface for this type of art is paper and cloth but it can be applied on any surface that can take the ink.
The printing in all the methods have all sizes and can be done to produce multiple pieces at the same time. You therefore need to be cautious about deadlines.