|AQUATINT CLASS , Skagit|
|The use of creep-etches to create an image.|
For this print I used a series of 8 creep-etches over 7 paint-outs to create the image.
|The diagram for the first creep-etch.|
|The diagram for the fifth creep-etch.|
|The photo used for this print, a view east from the Hwy 20 bridge to Fidalgo Island.|
|The diagram for the second creep-etch.|
|The diagram for the sixth creep-etch.|
The etch record diagram I used to keep track of the progress of the work on this plate.
The left column is for each etch and the right column is the cumulative times.
|The diagram for the third creep-etch.|
The finished print, (reversed to match the creep-etch diagrams), with notations for each of the 8 etches used to create it.
The collected etch times and individual creep-etch diagrams are shown to the right.
To see my article about the details of how to do a creep-etch, click here.
|The diagram for the seventh creep-etch.|
|A few other examples of multiple creep-etches are: Mt Hood, Tatoosh Range, and January Snow.|
|The diagram for the fourth creep-etch.|
|The diagram for the eighth creep-etch.|