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Project 7 – Multiplate Print – Experiment in Woodcut

Inspired by visiting the Klee exhibition at Tate Modern, and by the work of Paul Furneaux (http://www.paulfurneaux.com/) thought I would have a go at a simple woodcut printed using waterbased inks in the traditional manner of moku hanga. I based … Continue reading

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Project 7 – Multiplate print. Overlaying patterns

Objectives: a linocut using multiple plates use simple motif and pattern combine simple shapes use subtle colours a small plate which could be printed on a greater range of papers which I have in only A4 try to really exploit … Continue reading

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Project 7 – Multiblock Linoprint – A Winter Scene or Pas De Deux

Objectives: multiplate linocut produce a print which could not be done as a reduction print shapes should overlap and create different colours or complexity at least three colours a design with overlaying textures a bold graphic design a representational design … Continue reading

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Project 7 – Multiblock print – First Idea

In a single coloured plate, I explored an idea looking at space and gravity, but was not satisfied with the outcome. I thought I would push and simplify the idea and print it in three colours. Original print. I liked … Continue reading

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