My most successful print was soft-kut print. To do this print I took a soft-kut block and carved my name into it. (Have to carve the letters backwards and put the end of the word first). Then I put ink on the bench hook. Next I took the brayer and spread the ink out and rolled some ink onto the soft-kut. Following that i took a piece of paper and placed it on the soft-kut. Lastly I used my hand to spread the ink out and took the paper off. This print technique was successful for me because the image I wanted to create came out really clear. I used the right amount of ink.
The print I would change if I could would be "Initials" To create this piece I had to put ink onto the bench hook. Then I used the brayer to spread the paint out. Next I used a wooden stick to carve my initials into the ink. (Have to carve the letters Backwards). After that I placed a piece of paper on the ink then I used the baren to make sure the ink and the design got onto the paper. The thing I would change about this print is the amount of ink I used and the carving material I used.
A printing technique that I enjoyed working with the most was Screenprinting. To create this print I took a piece of paper and designed an image. Next I took the scissors and cut out my design. Once I had my design I taped the stencil to the back of the screen. Then i placed the screen on top of a piece of paper. Following that I put ink above the stencil and used something with a straight edge to drag the paint down to spread the paint out. Once the paint was where I wanted it I picked the screen up and I had my image. I liked this process because it actually allowed me to experience the process many people go through to make the shirts we wear.