This from 2000. Its printed using my Canon photocopier, with blue and black toner cartridges. It's quite a laborious process; you have to first create separations for each drawing. This involves taking two copies and then removing what you don't want from each with tipp-ex. Then you manually feed each page into the copier for the black, and again for the blue. It's like a no-mess version of screen-printing. I think the coloured toner cartridges have been discontinued now, unfortunately. I tried translating the process to photoshop, and while I like the idea of using an antiquated approach on a computer, it's just far too slow to get anywhere (see CRIES OF HORROR post).
Posted by JOHN BROADLEY