Printed on Aluminum
I've added another process to my printing skills, it's called dye-sublimation printing. This process, turning a water base into a gas has been around about 25 years. And this is how it works:
Sublimation printing, also known as dye sublimation printing, is a printing technique that involves applying a heat press to a sheet of transfer paper that has been printed with special solidified inks. Once heated, these solidified inks become vaporized into a gas.
I'm finding the process to be very interesting especially with the vividness of the colors. The prints are not numbered like my other giclee prints/editions, but I am signing each print, and dating it, just so you know I am still learning and making my own art, after all isn't that what life is all about, "learning".