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Lino: Printing from latest drawing

Jumping for joy In position Out for a stroll Help, please The world is even more amazing upside down Stepping out These are the final prints for this project. Advertisements

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Lino: More printing from line drawings

Stealth Let’s stretch it out Ouch! Maybe that stretching wasn’t such a good idea On the run

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Lino: Printing from line drawings

Pushing the boundaries Through the looking-glass Super slippery Did I really sign up for this? Time-out Reaching out

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Elian’s secret garden

Doodling & Designing: I read in one of those zentangle books that a good way to start doodling is to draw a nine square grid (as when you play noughts and crosses), start adding lines and patterns, continue them across … Continue reading

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Print 1. Project 14: Revisit

I am desperately trying to keep the collagraph layers and prints I previously did on greaseproof paper glued together, but it’s not working terribly well.  I can see myself becoming an excellent reference for the manufacturer, proving that these sheets … Continue reading

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Print 1. Project 8: Cutting the lino

I started by resizing my design as there is quite a bit of fine line work and if the piece is too small I won’t be able to form the detail I am aiming for, the lino will simply crumble … Continue reading

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Print 1. Project 6 revisited.

Since the monotype workshop last week I’ve been practicing my printing techniques, right from preparing the inks, through to rolling on the work space, rolling ink onto the lino and preparing and printing through my press.  Things have improved enormously … Continue reading

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