Mokulito is a relatively recent hybrid technique similar to lithography, using a wood surface instead of stone. This allows various stunning painterly effects combined with sharp woodcut marks. Plywood is grained, drawn upon with oil-based paint, crayons, and markers, and/or engraved with wood tools. The plate is covered with gum arabic, left to dry, washed off, then inked like a litho stone and printed on an etching press.
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