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Additive & Subtractive Monotypes
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Additive & Subtractive Monotype
the creation of a unique print through the adding or removal of ink on a surface
brush ink or draw on a clear surface, similar to how you would add paint to a painting
remove ink from an inked surface using brushes, paper towels, Q-tips, etc.
monotypes of this nature must be press printed in order to receive enough pressure
before printing, the artist may lay down different textured pieces; they will show up on the final print, blocking areas out
1. How can value be used in order to create interesting and expressive artworks?
2. How do additive/subtractive monotypes differ from trace monotypes? How are they similar?