Re: Lino Key Block Transfer Help Needed
you might be better using an ink that isn't oil for transfer of key block onto your other blocks. I have used speedball water based ink with a little drying retarder for this part to get onto the acetate then onto the block while the ink is still wet. Allow a little time to dry, the image stays on the surface during carving. Then when carving is complete you can remove the ink by scrubbing using a damp sponge and blotting with a soft cloth. Then apply the Caligo ink with brayer for printing stage. Good luck.
Last edited by bridog : 02-12-2018 at 11:35 AM.