Digital print colour testing.

Here are some examples of colour testing.  I found hand painting then scanning my drawings onto the computer was more effective than using the colouring tool in photoshop.

Image 1 – Testing pencil drawing on linen.

Image 2 – Pencil, paint and ink drawing, digital print onto cotton satin.

Image 3 – Close up of digital print on cotton satin.

Image 4 – Lupin pencil drawing scanned in with colouring added using photoshop.

Image 5 – Sections taken from several images for colour testing onto linen, digital print.

Image 6 – Close-up, digital print colour test on linen.

Image 6 – Colour testing on linen.

As seen in image above non coloured sections in image are showing up as yellow as this is the sketch book page.  I have gone back into photoshop to clean this up for a better print finish as below.

Image 7 – Colour test cleaned up digital print on linen.

Image 8 – Close-up cleaned up non coloured section of digital print on linen.

Image 9 – Insect colour testing digital print on linen.

Image 10 – Close-up colour test on linen.

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Digital Print Samples

From previous experimentation, here are some examples of digital prints.

In a previous post, I showcased the same print but hand-screen printed.  This time, my goal was to complete a digital print with as much “hand-printed” detail as possible.

Image 1 – Digital print Anemone on cotton.

Image 2 – Close-up Digital Print Anemone on Cotton.

Image 3 – Digital Print, this one was not so successful as I lost most of the black line detail in the leaves.

Image 4 – Close-up digital print on cotton.