Both Drucker and Swainston acknowledge the broad definition of the printmaking practice. Although Swainston’s work as a Master Printer is specific to traditional printmaking technologies he advocates for what he refers to as “The Disaster Printer” that creates a new model for image making. The approach of understanding the traditional technical practices related to traditional printmaking, while simultaneously embracing the potential new technologies makes the most sense. It is important to learn the elements of traditional print practice but it is equally important to know that changing traditional practices is an option. The existence of digital image-making tools expand the options in methods and allows for further innovation.