I’ve printed it onto Canson 220gsm drawing paper, with lightfast inks, on my inkjet printer. Handy to be able to turn that my “monoprints” into “plurals”! *
Available as a Art print on lightly textured, Japanese Kozo 180gsm inkjet paper in my “Shop”.
Since publishing this post last year (2018) I thought I’d republish it to share about: some small changes I made to it (please see the image below).
I drew in a little more yellow colour to her hair with Gesinski Ink, and added some pencil lines – using the art media in Procreate.
I’ve also saturated the colour a little in Photos, on the iPad; which made the black ink a little more blue in places.
In the process of printing it I know the colours will be knocked back a bit, which is what I aimed for. I’ve learnt by trial and error, how the screen image differs from the printed image. And I do a proof prints to check this. I can’t use ICC profiles to inform my printer about any print/paper image details, as I use the iPad, not a computer to send my art to my printer. I find my methods work well enough, and I quite enjoy the whole process!
There’s more about my printing processes here.
Hope to do more mono-printing soon.
Enjoy your weekend!