School and beginners plastic drypoint plates. Available in clear thick plastic to test ink out while working. Usable both sides. All etching tools may be used including needles, roulettes, scrapers, burnishers. For fastest results use an easy wiping ink like Faust Jet Black Ink.
Or another excellent ink is Gamblin Etching Ink with a bit of burnt plate oil mixed in, this is wash up with soapy water.
Wipe up with old telephone book pages.
Available per pack Plastic plates may be used instead of metal plates for many dry point techniques.
Japanese Paper Drypoint Plates
The ideal method of introducing printmaking into an art education programme. The ease of creating the printing plate and producing a print makes this process suitable for the youngest printmaker. No acid or ferric chloride required. Simply scratch into the paper drypoint plate using a drypoint needle – you can tear strips from the plate – ink, wipe and print.