This wood engraving was to serve a dual purpose; to get back into making engravings and to create a Christmas card design. Unfortunately, life got in the way and I didn’t get it done in time for mailing although the sketch was ready and waiting. I’ll try again next year. Ultimately it was a joyRead more ⟶
Please help! I have a printmaking final tomorrow.
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 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.
I am doing a project for my art class and I am having trouble finding information about linoleum printmaking. I know the process but I need some information on history and contributing artists.
Are there any special materials and tools used in in the Middle East in Printmaking that are specific to that region?
Here’s an excerpt from Wikipedia about woodblock printing. A stopgap until I publish my own version which I hope will be more informative. Woodblock Printing as a technique for printing text, images, or patterns used widely throughout East Asia and originating in China in antiquity as a method of printing on textiles and later paper.Read more ⟶