HomeBlogHow to Make a Monotype: Tutorial #4 – Color Print without a press How to Make a Monotype: Tutorial #4 – Color Print without a press By Frank Lundy August 31, 2019 Blog 20 Comments Tags:and, art, Belinda Del Pesco, how to, how to make a monotype, inspiration, monoprint, monotipia, monotype, Monotype Print, painterly printmaking, painting, Printmaking, printmaking without a press, the, you Related Posts How to Make Paper Magic Box || Magic Tricks For Kids and Your Friends . Fine Arts Specialist – Career Spotlight Mezzotint Printmaking rockers & Rocking Jig DIY About Author admin 20 Comments Carmen Kirschner July 31, 2018 I love it! I will try TODAY! Thank you, Belinda! Carmen Kirschner Reply J Warren July 31, 2018 Your videos are so informative and your art beautiful. It’s refreshing to get so much helpful and specific advice in so little time. You deserve some recognition. Thank you very much! Reply NobleDesignMedia July 31, 2018 Fantastic methodology and technique tips. Brava! Reply Starving Artists Collective August 1, 2018 Great techniques Belinda! I have many failed prints lying around my studio that I don't have the heart to toss out so the colour pencil idea, complete with wine and furry admirer, gives me hope to try and save them. TFS Reply Angela Weddle August 9, 2018 That hinge solution is brilliant! Reply Cathy Mumford August 16, 2018 Hi Belinda: Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with us! I have been considering buying a Pin Press. Do you have experience with these hand held presses? Would this type of press work well with this method? Thanks so much. Cathy Reply heggie Hog67 September 6, 2018 Great video . Very helpful .. thank you Reply Hermina Miklos October 22, 2018 You are such a great artist and teacher, Belinda. I really appreciate your videos! Thank you so much! Reply Jenny Whisconier October 26, 2018 terrific! Reply Carmen Kirschner November 21, 2018 Never stops to amaze me this beautiful demo, dear Belinda! I hope everything is going good to you and your family after the fires in CA. Happy Thanksgiving. Carmen Reply Megan Melonas December 10, 2018 I think youre my soul sister 🍀 Reply Nancy Loomis December 13, 2018 This is great! So much more interesting and challenging than the typical "abstract color shapes and textures" mono printing done so often with gel plates. I think these have their own beauty, but I'm seeing so much of the same look, same colors. Thanks! Ill watch your other vids too! Reply Jacklyn Sher December 23, 2018 Hi Belinda…did you use water or Akua retarded with the Akua inks? I learn so much from You! Reply Jacklyn Sher December 23, 2018 Retarder! apologies, this netbook has a mind of its own. Reply Avelina Ferreira February 4, 2019 Question: some media, like acrylic paint, dry very fast. Do you spray water to keep the paint moist or do you use extenders? Thanks! Reply Janet Stuart February 10, 2019 I love your videos. I teach middle school and high school art, and personally, I love printmaking. So I am thrilled to find this video and recommend them to fellow teachers. Reply Max W April 7, 2019 She’s knows what’s up ! Reply Madison Tucker April 8, 2019 this video inspired me to make my own monotypes at home after i found i really enjoyed it in a printmaking class. thank you for your videos! they are all so helpful and you make such wonderful art <3 Reply doveliz12 June 3, 2019 Hi Belinda thank you for a fantastic video. I have just bought the inks you are using and just wondered if you are using the blending medium or water to dilute your inks? Also would this method work using black ink only, with enough contrast for landscape and figures? I am doing a big project with many prints and gave had so many failures! Thank you for your help Reply Debra Conway August 22, 2019 You are fantastic. Clear and concise. Voice and volume is perfect. So much in so little time. Just clean beautiful work. Thank you. What a chance for Mindfulness. Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.