I just read your response to someone else about the citrus transfer, and that's really interesting... I was going to ask about that. So this is a photocopy put onto a plate or directly onto another sheet of paper (or canvas, etc)?
turps release or xerox transfer... -that'd be the propper term. at some stage I found orange peel solvents work just as well and are slightly less harmful. same deal with oil of wintergreen. -so yeah, any photocopy will work ( colour ones are usually a bit lighther, though they sometimes work o.k. too ), all you need is a solvent like citroclean to get it to trade surfaces. the trick is to use enough solvent to reactivate the toner and not so much that it floats.. I figure you might know of this method already, it's a cool means of making collage type compositions or for laying down the scafolds for paintings etc.. a few of your works ( like the fears unleashed set ) actually look like they're part solvent transfer ( to good effect ) though I'm guessing they're digital.. ? hope that makes sense.
thanks for the feedback on untitled erosion.
Ah, okay, yes I know that technique, I used it already, to transfer my drawing to a lino plate, for example. But it's also great to use it alone, that's true. The fears unleashed set is indeed, all digital, at least digitally composed.
Thanks for the information.