My most successful print was my monoprint. To create my monoprint I used a brayer to roll blue, black, and white ink on a bench hook. Then I used a tool to draw my design on the bench hook. When I was done, I put a piece of paper over the bench hook then took it off. I feel this technique was successful because monoprinting is an easy process.
One print I wish I could change was my screenprint. To create my screenprint, I sketched a picture of a tree and cut it out of the paper, then I taped the sketch to the bottom of the screen, and put a new piece of paper under the screen. Next I put blue and pink ink on one side of the screen and used a squeegee to spread it across the screen. When I was done I removed the sketch from the bottom of the screen and my design was on a new piece of paper. To improve my piece, I would separate the blue and pink instead of mixing them together.
Linoleum Printing was my favorite technique. To create my print, I used a gouge to carve my design into a piece of linoleum, next I used a brayer to roll my ink onto the linoleum, then I pressed the linoleum on a piece a piece of paper and removed it to reveal my design. This was my favorite technique because it was fun to carve into the linoleum block.