Gelli Print No. 10. Time for better paper.

So, for these practice prints, I’ve been using both sides of the paper. This print was on the back of yesterday’s sliver seahorses. Things went sideways when a pocket of air formed under the paper.

See, after adding all the image paint layers (and letting them dry), a last layer of white is added. (It could be any color but I like white as my last layer.)

The paper is put on while the white is still wet. The image pulls best the longer the paper is down. I usually watch it closely but I wandered off and you know the rest of the story. 90 more attempts to go.

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