Prints...Easy...I do it often. I printed from aluminium foil, wax paper, wax paper, ceramic tiles and so on. No big deal. Really! So I gathered first my supplies:
I decided to use a vast assortment of found papers, card stock, scrapbook papers, old book pages, painted pages and so on.
The printing plate of choice ended up being the ceramic tile, aka my palette. Soon in the process I had to acknowledge that things were not working out as expected and the results are proof of that.
Out of this pile, I could salvage a few:
Seeing these less that stellar result, what's a crusader to do? Accept the losses? No way...
I decided to pursue the second crusade and try to rescue some of these prints by any means possible.
In some cases, I channeled Picasso et comp:
Other pages became background for doodles and journal pages:
Some of the better second generation prints:
All in all, it was a fun crusade, but I came somewhat short of what I was hoping to achieve.