Hand-made marks. Drawn, Painted, Printed, Scratched, Splattered, Resisted, Rubbed. Look at “West Street 2”; it has all of them.
The base, or substrate that I make marks on, is a transparent plastic sheet. This can have a smooth surface or have a grain to it. I use the latter for drawing work with soft crayon-like media. The mark making media that I use is wide-ranging but chinagraph pencils and rapidograph pens are favourite. Brushwork is conveyed using Lascaux tusches, of which there are quite a variety. These are a system of mark-making fluids used to draw/paint onto the transparent plastic. The inspiration to use these materials came from reading: Screenprinting - The Complete Water-based System by Robert Adam & Carol Robertson ISBN-13: 978-0500284254 published 2003
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