Perspex drypoint.


This is my first real attempt at a drypoint print using perspex. I am pleasantly surprised at how good it came out even if it’s not great. One of the nice things about intaglio printing, the little surprise you get when you try something and the results are better than you expect. The subject is Castle Rock, a formation just north of Hawker in the Flinders Ranges, South Australia. The size of the perspex plate is 8.5cms x 15 cms


2 responses to “Perspex drypoint.

  1. Nice! I often wish I had more time to experiment with other artistic media (mediums?).

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