Photopolymer Print Examples

More examples of photopolymer prints

ppexamples-ambrkitc The Empty Kitchen
Margaret Ambridge
Intaglio photopolymer print
14 x 21 cm
1999The image was drawn onto autotex film using lithographic pencils. A double exposure was used when making the plate.

ppexamples-hendry Between the Waves
Shaw Hendry
Relief photopolymer print
29 x 42 cm
1996This image was made using Adobe Photoshop. The file was taken to a digital film printing business where a film negative was made, right-reading emulsion up, with a screen ruling of 110 lpi.

ppexamples-green Untitled
Jan Green
Intaglio photopolymer print
15 x 21 cm
1996To make this multiple plate print two film positives were made. The first one was a drawing photocopied onto transparency film.The intaglio print taken from the first plate was the basis for the second film positive which was drawn onto double-matt drafting film.

ppexamples-love Love
Christine McCormack
Relief photopolymer print
30 x 40 cm
1997The image was drawn onto scraperboard which was then scanned, enhanced, and printed onto film at a digital film printing business. The film requested was A3, film negative, with right-reading emulsion up, with a screen ruling of 110 lines per inch. the plate was printed in relief onto slightly dampened Magnani paper using a thin layer of Van Son rubber-based ink.

ppexamples-sanct Seeking Sanctuary
Seraphina Martin
Intaglio photopolymer print
39 x 56 cm
1997The colour plate for this print was made using Create monoprinting paints and Caran D’ache crayons.

ppexamples-seekher Seeking Her
Olga Sankey
Intaglio and relief photopolymer print
14 x 35 cm
1996A combination of hand drawn and digital films were used to create Torelief WS95 plates.

ppexamples-seekhim Seeking Him
Olga Sankey
Intaglio and relief photopolymer print
14 x 35 cm
1996A combination of hand drawn and digital films were used to create Torelief WS95 plates.

ppexamples-camille Camille
Margaret Ambridge
Intaglio photopolymer print
14 x 10 cm
1995Litho pencils and lithographic tusche were drawn onto sandblasted glass. Torelief WS95 plate was exposed for 3 minutes in a UV exposure unit.

ppexamples-abbott Untitled
Elizabeth Abbott
Intaglio photopolymer print
14 x 10 cm
1999A piece of curtain material and human hair were placed directly on the plate surface and clamped into an exposure frame. The plate printed beautifully both intaglio and as a relief print.

ppexamples-clapBird Shared Territory
Jenny Clapson
Intaglio photopolymer print
13 x 11 cm
1997Litho crayons were drawn onto sandbalsted glass to create three plates which were printed in register. Each Torelief WS95 plate was exposed for 3 minutes in a UV exposure unit.

ppexamples-roos Kangaroos in the Gully
Jenny Clapson
Intaglio photopolymer print
36 x 33 cm
1996Two torelief WS95 plates were made using different types of film. One film used lines drawn onto double-matt drafting film, while the other was painted black and then scratched back into when dry.

ppexamples-toby “Yes?”
Craigh Marsden
Intaglio photopolymer print
16.5 x 13 cm
1999Kodak premium inkjet transparency film and an Epson Color Stylus 600 were used to print a digital file. Torelief WS95 plate was exposured twice, firstly with the film positive and the secondly with a CristalRaser (random dot) screen.

ppexamples-nita Nita at 21
Dianne Longley
Intaglio photopolymer print
14 x 10 cm
1999An old family photograph was copied onto transparency film using the black and white setting on a colour photocopier to produce a film positive.

ppexamples-chance Chance
Dianne Longley
Intaglio photopolymer print
13.5 x 9.5 cm
1999This image was printed from a Miraclon MS43 polymer plate. The plate was double exposed using a CristalRaster (random dot) screen. A drawing using a technical pen onto double-matt drafting film was used to create a film positive.

ppexamples-changes Changes
Dianne Longley
Intaglio photopolymer print
13.5 x 9.5 cm
1999This image was printed from a Miraclon MS43 polymer plate. The plate was double exposed using a CristalRaster (random dot) screen. A drawing using a technical pen onto double-matt drafting film was used to create a film positive.

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