Hi again everyone. I finally had time to do some more printing with my Gelli Plate to complete my experiment with doing multiple generations of prints from an original. You can see my previous posts from March 7 and March 9 for the history on this project.
Basically, I wanted to see how far from the original images I could get by scanning some Gelli-printed papers and making subsequent generations of printing. In each case I took the page and scanned it and printed it on a color laser printer and then took it back to do more Gelli-printing on that new page to create yet another generation. Sound confusing? Perhaps the photos will explain.
In each series, going from left to right, you'll see the first generation print, then the second and finally the third. I stopped at three for fear of making these prints too muddy to be used. Yes, occasionally I do exercise a bit of restraint, hard as that is to believe.
I hope you enjoyed these ideas and can put them to use yourself. Be sure to drop me a note if you have any questions on the process or if I can clarify something for you.
Have an artful day, my friends!
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