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a monotype of a greyhound

Dark Field Monotype Pet Portraits – and a video tutorial

Dark Field Monotype with watercolor and Colored Pencil: Hey, Wanna Split a Sandwich? (sold) Making Pet Portraits with Monotype Prints Dark Field Monotypes (and monoprints) work very well as a media for pet portraits. These painterly prints in their monochromatic layout act as a perfect underpainting for experiments with other media, both wet (watercolor) and dry (colored pencil or pastel, etc.) If you’d like to watch demonstrations of the process, visit my youtube channel to see this playlist of monotype lessons. Using Graphic Chemical Intaglio ink in Renaissance Black, rolled with a brayer onto a zinc plate (but you can use plexiglass, or …[Continue reading]