Thursday, April 24, 2014


This is the last color reduction linoprint that I already prepared paper for, but I could always get more paper....

On this one, my goal was directional cutting marks to describe the cool patterns of his face, and I'm pretty pleased with it.  It makes me happy.

My class has moved on to intaglio now, which is a process I adore, but my brain is still in reduction linocut mode (as it's been for the past month) and I'm not sure I'm ready to stop.....

1 comment:

  1. The directional cutting lines are great and add lovely definition and depth to the print, they give me the impression that if I touched the image I would actually feel the moulding of the flesh. Very sculptural.
    I noticed your comment on Paper, Paint, Pencils and Pens. Are you going to join? I have found it very enjoyable and interesting.