Can you tell me what the difference is between a print done in drypoint versus a woodcut?
Where can I find a woodcut engraved by J. Lankes of an original drawing of Charles Burchfield signed for sale?
I need to know who the artist is. Can you help find a resource?
I’m not a terrible drawer, I’m moderate but is that going to matter much if I take a printmaking course in college?
I am in an intro printmaking class in college and want to “WOW” my colleagues. I would like to hang my prints in a non traditional way and need some inspiration. I am a ceramic major, so I wouldn’t mind incorporating ceramic or found objects either just to make it more interesting.
I want to do woodblock printmaking and i need the tools or know what tools to get. I found these on this website: http://www.imcclains.com/catalog/kits/japanesewoodblock.html Are there others out there? Or is this what you use. thanks for the help.
I’m going to art school and I have’nt decided wether to major in printmaking or graphic design. Printmaking is what I really want to do, but I worry that once Ii get out of school I wont be able to find a good job.
I need to know which, if any, countries took advantage of the woodblock printing system after china invented it.
I live in an apartment and do not have access to acid baths, but I really miss printmaking. I’ve done reduction woodblock prints, but its just not the same.