Back to the mono prints. Fun, fun, fun. The one on the right is the first one I did: chicken scratch with the other end of a paintbrush, into textile paint on a piece of glass. Before pulling a print, I cut a leaf shape out of freezer paper (’cause it’s non-porous) and set it over the paint.
I wasn’t wild about the sharp definition between the leaf shape and the chicken scratch, so I made the print on the left. I rolled out the paint with a brayer and then used a palette knife to move it around and scratch into it. They are short lines, but ones with character.