Tag Archives: Linocut

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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Wine & cheese linocut: Stage 2

I took masses of photos of red wine in a glass from various angles, with and without shadows.  It was refilled once or twice as I needed lubrication from time to time. I chose the angles that appealed for my … Continue reading

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Wine & cheese linocut: Stage 1

I’ve been drawing for days, 20-30 minutes each day, in preparation for my next print project.  I’ve started with a wine glass and have discovered that I lean to the right – how uncannily similar they all are! Is that … Continue reading

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Print 1. Project 14: Print proofs

Proofing the plates. I’m printing 3 different plates: the base foamex board as a combined monotype and collagraph, the feature linocut design and a further blind embossed linocut. Blind embossing: The aim is to create a further section of brick … Continue reading

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Print 1. Project 14: The design

Developing the design I didn’t have a subject matter in mind when I started this project so, whilst sitting in the garden, I doodled and thought.  I started with a nine square grid. It may be a large stretch of … Continue reading

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