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PRINTMAKING PROCESS IN THE PHILIPPINES

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Transcript of PRINTMAKING PROCESS IN THE PHILIPPINES

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WOODBLOCK PRINTING
INTAGLIO
LITHOGRAPHY
PRINTMAKING PROCESS IN THE PHILIPPINES
Introduction
Printmaking may have been an important art form in the Philippines since the dawn of our history as suggested by some archeological records.
At around 2,000 years ago, early inhabitants of the archipelago were already experimenting on various media in recording the day to day events of the community.
Unconciously, they have laid out the foundation of printmaking that we enjoy today. But the printmaking practices that we use today were introduced by Spaniards and the Americans.

Objectives
At the end of our lesson, you are expected to:

- understand the role of printmaking in the Philippine history and culture
- know and differentiate the print making techniques
-make simple prints from available media
-use printmaking in creating new designs and products.
LANGUAGE OF THE ART
RELIEF PRINT -
is created by printing the surface of an object (leaf, mural, vegetables, textured objects like coins and blocks) by inking the surface and impressing it on paper or cloth, or by rubbing the paper over the textured objects using crayons or pastel.
LINOLEUM OR RUBBERCUT
print is produced by carving our certain areas of a drawing in a linoleum or rubber sheet, inking the uncarved areas with a roller or a cloth stamp, and pressing paper or cloth on top of the sheet to get the print of the embossed or raised areas.
MANUEL RODRIGUEZ, SR.
The Father of Printmaking in the Philippines.
For he taught printmaking in his home and encouraged many of the present printmakers to pursue the medium.
TOMAS PINPIN
The first Filipino printer's occupation is placing and arranging wooden block tiles for printing in a frame that why he is called Tomas na "taga-pinpin" in Tagalog. His companion Domingo Loag is "taga-luwag" or the one who disassembles the frame to allow the arranger to assemble a new set of text for printing.
is a process of creating an image that uses wooden blocks where the lines and textures are carved out of the wood. During the Spanish period, the used wooden tiles for printing each block or tile corresponds to a letter in the alphabet and were arranged in a frame to print a page of text.
refers to a printmaking process in which ink is transferred from the grooves of a metal plate to paper by extreme pressure
is a printmaking technique based on the principle that water and oil do not mix. Ink is applied to a piece of paper from a prepared stone.
GROUND
- refers to a wax coating that resists acid in metal engraving particularly in etching.
Brayer or roller stamp
- is used to imbed the ink on the raised surface of the rubber, or wood or textured object before it is impressed on paper or cloth
PRINTER'S INK
is an oil based ink used in printing from the rubber or wooden master plate onto paper or cloth.
STENCIL
- is a method of printing that involves stamping ink through the cutout part of the master paper to make printed copies.
WIDMARK F. BALMORES
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