Thursday, March 1, 2018

One Upload of Paint; Two Stencil Prints ... with WEBBED MEDALLION

Using an old nautical map (garage sale purchase) as my substrate, I laid down my 6" x 6" stencil Webbed Medallion, then went over it with a sponge roller loaded with heavy body acrylic paint --

Above:  an example of rolling a sponge brayer across heavy body acrylic paint to collect a generous load of paint.

-- with the result below --

When a sponge brayer is loaded with heavy body acrylic paint, just one application leaves the stencil heavily covered with paint, after it's been used to make the original print.  

So I can quickly lift the stencil, flip it over, and press it to another area on the substrate.  Below is the print that resulted.

One application of paint; two very different results.

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