Scripts on geli plate

Did you wonder how scripts look like on Gelli-Arts monotype printing plate? I did… and I am quiet amazed with the results.

First I used a simply script stencil, ‘art is’ by Jaime Echt:

First pull with stencil on

Second pull without stencil

I really loved this one, the text gets sort of a shadow effect, looks cool, no need for Photoshop anymore, sorry Adobe… Okey now let’s try it with some colors:

Magenta

Light blue with a left over of magenta

And a mix:

Light blue and magenta

Second stencil that I used is antiquities from Crafter’s workshop:

Pull with stencil

Second without stencil

Let’s try it in color version:

First pull

Second pull

Cleaning the plate

The last one looks like embossing, but believe me, it’s gel plate monotype printing!

Can’t wait to use them in my art journal…

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About lerusho

I am obsessed with experimenting, using my fantasy and creating new and unique visions. The challenges are endless and that gives me real inspiration.
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15 Responses to Scripts on geli plate

  1. Tracy says:

    The magenta one is great – it’s made it’s own shadow on the letters 🙂

  2. Fabulous! I so want to pull out my GP and play.

  3. Nancy Kelley says:

    Hi Lerusho! These are fabulous! I just wanted to let you know that when I hit your Pin button at the bottom of the post – none of the images appear for pinning. I understand if this is deliberate but because the pinterest button is there, I thought I’d let you know in case it wasn’t intentional. Really love your work with the Gelli plate!
    Nancy/Gelli Arts

  4. Dee says:

    I love that shadow effect. I only tried text once. Yours is fabulous!

  5. thefrugalcrafter says:

    looks great!

  6. Wow, your second pull in black is stunning. I have this stencil but never used it as the focal point. Very cool.

  7. Carolyn Dube says:

    I love text- and these are just magnificent prints! Thanks for sharing with the party!

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