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Monday, October 7, 2013

Printing with aluminium foil part 2

You can also draw on the cardboard.

Then apply glue on the drawing and attach a tread ( different thickness)


Once it is dry apply the aluminium foil in the same manner as explained.
The first attemps might not be as good as you hoped for, but the prints will improve after the plate has been used a few times.




Next time I show you  what I did with some off the prints.


  1. What a great way to make figurative prints, thanks for sharing!

  2. This is an incredible tutorial. Thanks!

  3. WONDERFUL!! Another use for aluminium foil! Not just for covering baked dishes any more! This one is going in my "to do" list!


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