Finished this one the other day. Monotype with hand application of inks added.
I used a different ink this time, just for the heck of it: Schmincke Aqua Linoldruck, a water-based ink.
On the plate I wanted it a bit runnier but instead of adding water I put a drop of Akua’s blending agent in. Yeah, I know, oil and water are not supposed to mix, but it worked really well.
The image depicts the Titanic setting out on her ill-fated maiden voyage, with suitably dark skies ahead foreshadowing her demise. Fun fact, in case you are wondering why there is no smoke coming out of the rear funnel: The Titianic only had three working smoke-stacks. The fourth was for ventilation and design aesthetics only.
Image size is 8″x10″ on 9″x12″ sheet of Bockingford, 140lb hot press watercolour paper.The second photo shows what the image could look like framed with a mat.
Available from me directly, or in my Etsy shop here: https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/776015945/original-monotype-maiden-voyage-to?ref=listings_manager_grid