Jun 7, 2012
I wanted to continue making prints over summer break without the hour-long bus ride to Tuusula(where the fully-equipped school I attend is), so I invested in some inks and a roller and set it all up in my kitchen.
I'm mainly interested in learning about woodcuts, but since I'm hand-pulling my prints I'll be using some linoleum to get the more even surfaces. I'm ready to start experimenting!
sketch ballpoint pens felt pens A6 people small pencils printmaking WIP animals drawing self-portraits figure drawing ink watercolor A4 A5 A3 etching pattern woodcut acrylic paint sculpture text ferric chloride on copper plate landscape painting paper photo workspace PVC charcoal collage glitter pens video wood A1 plants shows big pastels aquatint artists cardboard plans sewing A2 community art crochet events i don't even know what image on linocut something completely other yarn beeswax clay collagraphy drypoint installation japanese paper plaster roller simultaneous color printing stencil