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Gelatin printing has become quite the rage with mixed media audiences with the development of commercially-available permanent printing plates, such as the Gelli Arts Gel Printing Plate
and the Stampendous Creative Palette/Monoprinting Plate. But is there really a difference between the two, with the exception of the price tag? I wanted to know!
Here’s what I found out:
So… to recap:
- The Stampendous plate is less expensive: $21 USD verses $28 USD
- The Gelli Plate is moister or more sticky, to allow for a better lift of the paint.
- The Gelli Plate is softer, so that you can get a more detailed print.
For my money- I’ll stick with the Gelli Plate!
Next, I’ll compare “homemade” gelatin printing recipes.
Thoughts or questions, anyone?
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