I went to the big studio last night because printing on wood wasn’t going as smoothly as I’d hoped. Unlike paper and linen, wood is expensive. When I make a mistake on wood, I’m out a bit of money.
Marsha, Grafica’s Studio Coordinator, had a one-minute fix for my problems. One minute! I printed away, using all my wood panels without making a single mistake.
I’ll finish the rest of the wood panel prints this weekend, coat them with a protective layer of varnish, and breathe a huge sigh of relief as I get *that* much closer to being ready for Renegade.
2 thoughts on “Printing peacockiness on wood”
This came out beautifully. I love the look of paint directly on wood.
Looks great! I’ve never printed on wood before, just fabric.
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