The process is fairly simple but does take a little practice too get the feel of it, so don't be to disappointed if your first attempt is not as good as you hoped. After 2 or 3 attempts I'm now quite good at the the process, and it is ideal for making reproduction vintage tin and timber signs, or printing graphics onto wooden boxes or other objects you want to look aged.
Step 1: Stuff you will need
- A surface, plywood is good to start with
- computer with an image you would like to print
- laser printer, I haven't tried it with other types of printer but I'm pretty sure it will still work.
- water proof PVA glue
- clear coat lacquer in a spray can
- 24 hours
- A solvent to clean off the oil or grease
- wet and dry sand paper
- good quality white spray paint