Adigraf Block Printing Medium
Daler-Rowney Adigraf Block Printing Mediums are the perfect complement to the block printing range. The mediums are designed to help with your block printing needs.
- Can be used to reduce drying time.
- Can be used to allow our Georgian Oil and System3 Acrylic ranges to be used for block printing.
- Retains the naturally bright and vibrant inks colour.
Comprehensive and affordable for different artist levels and requirements
The range covers all products & accessories needed for all artists. Relief and lino printing your creations in different colours and on different surfaces has never been this safe and easy.
Adigraf Acrylic Block Printing Medium
Adigraf Acrylic Block Printing Medium turns acrylic paint into block and lino printing ink. Acrylic Block Printing Medium is designed to be mixed with System3 paints on 1.5 parts medium to 1 part paint ratio. We do not advise mixing this medium with Adigraf Water Soluble Inks.
Adigraf Oil Block Printing Medium
Adigraf Oil Block Printing Medium turns oil paints into block and lino printing inks. Adigraf Oil Block Printing Medium is designed to be mixed with Georgian Oil paints on 1.5 parts medium to 1-part paint ratio. With all oil block printing inks allow prints to dry for 3 before over-printing.
Adigraf Drier Block Printing Medium
Adigraf Drier Block Printing Medium increases the drying speed of water-soluble block printing inks to optimise workflow. It reduces waiting time and increases the layers created in a day. Adding an Adigraf Drier Medium will half the drying time whilst not affecting the vibrancy of the inks. Adigraf Drier Block Printing Medium is designed to be mixed with Adigraf water-soluble inks.
Wide Range of Surfaces
Paper: For best results, we are recommending printing on paper above 250gms with high absorbency and a smooth finish to get the best outcome for your design.
Textile: You can print on natural textiles such as cotton, linen hemp or bamboo, however, you are not able to wash the achieved result due to the colours fading with washing. Before printing your design always make sure to test the colour on a small bit of the material to make sure you are happy with the result.
Canvas: To receive a better result while printing on canvas, we recommend using our FW Mixed Media Canvases with a rigid cardboard backing to achieve a better registration and a clear print result. If you print on traditional canvas, make sure to stretch the canvas with the supplied wedges and underlay it further to achieve the best print results.
Others: You can print on wood, brick or walls using the green printing plates, however, we are recommending testing this on a small scale before to guarantee that you are happy with the result. Both Adigraf Oil and Water Soluble Block Printing Inks are recommended for indoor usage only.