…….not me, but re-visiting this technique, done a slightly different way. This time, resist objects were placed under the screen on top of a piece of paper, and then Procion P dye paste was applied through the screen, and then allowed to dry. Much less dye is trapped on the screen, so the screen was dry enough to print from during the same day. There is a good description of the technique here and a good video here.
Objects used as resists, after being removed from the screen.
Manutex carrier paste is applied with a squeegee - needs some effort - to rehydrate the dye paste, resulting in a different print with each pull, as the dye pastes rehydrate at different rates. This is trying to get to a mix of pastes close to my favourite turquoise blue, using turquoise, black and scarlet red.
Prints on the table on cotton lawn
First set of prints
Print on paper, not an even pull, so less dye in the bottom right corner.
Detail of the section resulting from using bubble-wrap.
After attending a talk by Sheena Norquay last night, about her seasonal inspirations, my head is once again bursting with too many ideas.