Acknowledgements Introduction 1. Historical and Industrial Background 2. Colour Transfer Media and Ink - The Basics 3. Monoprinting 4. Lithographic Printing 5. Relief, Intaglio and Lithophanes 6. Stencils and Screenprinting 7. Decals, Photocopies and Digital Prints 8. 3D Printing 9. Photographic Emulsions Conclusion Health and Safety Bibliography Suppliers Index
This updated third edition explores new techniques in digital and 3D printing, as well as refreshing older techniques such as mono-printing.
Paul Scott is an artist, author and educator known for pioneering research into the graphic development of vitreous surfaces. His characteristic artworks can be found in public spaces and collections around the globe, including the V&A in London, the National Museum in Stockholm, National Kunstindustrimuseet in Oslo, the Museum of Art and Design in New York and in Vietnam as part of the Hanoi Mosaic Mural. He was awarded a PhD by Manchester Metropolitan University in 2010, and is Professor of Ceramic Art at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts. Scott is a founding member of AIR and member of the International Academy of Ceramics.
This latest revision is quite another matter. The new look book is
a larger format (247 x 188) which allows for a better and more
attractive layout of information and images...The book is full of
ideas...This is an exciting book that touches much and ignites
enthusiasm to learn more.
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