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Rolfes Lino Printing Paint/Ink -500ml bottle
Produced especially for school and college print making with a non-toxic, water-based formulation allowing good coverage without over-inking. Roll out print Water-based lino printing ink is the perfect medium to start lino printing.
The consistence of Lino Print Ink is buttery and it is the best to roll out onto a smooth board, glass is not practical in a classroom but use acetate sheets on a smooth piece of cardboard - secure with masking tape. Acetate sheets available in A4, A3 and A2. After the printing soak the sheets in water and re-use. Acetate sheets are also excellent as a monoprint base. Roll out the ink on the acetate sheet, remove ink using a cotton bud or any found object, place the paper on top of the acetate and lift!
From Scola you will also be able to purchase throw-away aprons and gloves! Have a container with talcum powder and dip your fingers, the ink will not stick to your fingers. Mutton Cloth or a Large Dispenser with Paper makes life easier in the classroom. You will see them at filling stations - buy the stand and paper rolls.
Paper: You can use all kinds of paper for printing, but you'll want something strong enough to handle the pressure of your hand rubbing over it. Any paper is suitable - Hand-Made papers from Scola or printed newspaper is just as exciting!