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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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Project 4 – Combination monoprints – Aerial landscape

I can see an abstract design in the shapes of the fields, road and glass house, which I developed in my sketch book. I planned to emphasise the contrast between organic and man made, the warm and cool colours, and … Continue reading

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Project 2 – Positive and Negative Masked Monoprints

In my sketchbook, I played around with various designs. I liked the idea of working with the human body, because it referenced Matisse, and is easily read in even he most abstract form. I looked at some of the drawings … Continue reading

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Project 1 – First Monoprints

Having cleaned a perspex plate, I applied Akuakolor waterbased inks to the plate with a variety of bristle and other brushes. I was disheartened to see that the ink was drying rapidly before I had progressed very far, so I … Continue reading

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