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Instructed by Kimberly Walker
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01:38
Block printing is the easiest kind of relief printing. Learn more about different types of relief printing in this free printing lesson from a printmaking instructor.Expert: Patrick MikoBio: Patrick Miko is an active printmaking artist and teacher. He is currently a visiting instructor of printmaking at the University of North Florida.Filmmaker: Michael Cottrell
02:42
When creating wood printing block, use simple images which will be easy to cut. Learn more tips for creating wood and linoleum blocks for relief printing in this free printing lesson from a printmaking instructor.Expert: Patrick MikoBio: Patrick Miko is an active printmaking artist and teacher. He is currently a visiting instructor of printmaking at the University of North Florida.Filmmaker: Michael Cottrell
04:24
Carve with the grain when creating wood block designs for relief printing. Learn more about creative relief printing with wood and linoleum blocks in this free printing lesson from a printmaking instructor.Expert: Patrick MikoBio: Patrick Miko is an active printmaking artist and teacher. He is currently a visiting instructor of printmaking at the University of North Florida.Filmmaker: Michael Cottrell
01:50
Trace a design from a photo as pattern for relief printing block. Learn more tips for creating a wood or linoleum block for relief printing in this free printing lesson from a printmaking instructor.Expert: Patrick MikoBio: Patrick Miko is an active printmaking artist and teacher. He is currently a visiting instructor of printmaking at the University of North Florida.Filmmaker: Michael Cottrell
01:48
Use a light table to transfer relief printing image to wood block. Learn more tips for making wood and linoleum blocks for relief printing in this free printing lesson from a printmaking instructor.Expert: Patrick MikoBio: Patrick Miko is an active printmaking artist and teacher. He is currently a visiting instructor of printmaking at the University of North Florida.Filmmaker: Michael Cottrell
03:56
Use brayer to spread ink on wood block. Learn more about the process of relief printing with wood and linoleum blocks in this free printing lesson from a printmaking instructor.Expert: Patrick MikoBio: Patrick Miko is an active printmaking artist and teacher. He is currently a visiting instructor of printmaking at the University of North Florida.Filmmaker: Michael Cottrell
04:32
Cutting wood block with ink still on it lets you see your cuts. Learn more about perfecting your relief prints with wood and linoleum blocks in this free printing lesson from a printmaking instructor.Expert: Patrick MikoBio: Patrick Miko is an active printmaking artist and teacher. He is currently a visiting instructor of printmaking at the University of North Florida.Filmmaker: Michael Cottrell
04:34
Create tonal values for wood block with different types of cuts. Learn more advanced tips for relief printing with wood and linoleum blocks in this free printing lesson from a printmaking instructor.Expert: Patrick MikoBio: Patrick Miko is an active printmaking artist and teacher. He is currently a visiting instructor of printmaking at the University of North Florida.Filmmaker: Michael Cottrell
04:16
Hold paper in place with one hand during entire printing process. Learn more tips and tricks for relief printing with wood and linoleum blocks in this free printing lesson from a printmaking instructor.Expert: Patrick MikoBio: Patrick Miko is an active printmaking artist and teacher. He is currently a visiting instructor of printmaking at the University of North Florida.Filmmaker: Michael Cottrell
02:49
Use oil-based ink for making relief prints. Learn more about inking relief prints with wood and linoleum blocks in this free printing lesson from a printmaking instructor.Expert: Patrick MikoBio: Patrick Miko is an active printmaking artist and teacher. He is currently a visiting instructor of printmaking at the University of North Florida.Filmmaker: Michael Cottrell
01:16
When layers of color have been added to a relief print, a fast impression can be achieved. Learn the printing process after color has been added with expertise from a printmaker in this free printmaking video.Expert: Francine Affourtit Bio: Francine Affourtit is a woodcut printmaker and has taught woodcut printmaking to children, adults and teachers for a number of years.Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA
01:31
Transfer your image for relief printmaking with tracing paper. Learn how to use this image transfer method with expertise from an experienced printmaker in this free printmaking video.Expert: Francine Affourtit Bio: Francine Affourtit is a woodcut printmaker and has taught woodcut printmaking to children, adults and teachers for a number of years.Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA
01:04
Registration marks in relief printmaking helps line up the paper in the same spot multiple times. Learn how to make registration marks with expertise from a printmaker in this free printmaking video.Expert: Francine Affourtit Bio: Francine Affourtit is a woodcut printmaker and has taught woodcut printmaking to children, adults and teachers for a number of years.Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA
02:06
Proof printing a relief block is a quick method to see how the block is progressing. Learn how to pull a proof by hand with expertise from a printmaker in this instructional printmaking video.Expert: Francine Affourtit Bio: Francine Affourtit is a woodcut printmaker and has taught woodcut printmaking to children, adults and teachers for a number of years.Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA
01:28
Relief printmaking knives are used in a variety of ways. Learn how to use a printmaking knife with expertise from an experienced printmaker in this free printmaking video.Expert: Francine Affourtit Bio: Francine Affourtit is a woodcut printmaker and has taught woodcut printmaking to children, adults and teachers for a number of years.Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA
00:50
This video is a preview on how to create your own Professional Linocut creations, "I have been teaching art for over 50 years to people of all races and ages." Quality art instruction by the widely known artist from New York city to the Tacoma Washington area Artist Hector Diaz.
02:37
1 of 4 Christmas Cards created by Source Creative,This one created using the old print method Lino-Cut
04:01
Speed Linoleum Cut
01:41
Haida linocut in the making.
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03:21
1. Portrait of a Lady after Lucas Cranach the Younger (original painting in the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, dated 1564). 5 blocks: yellow, ocher, red, blue, black. 25 5/8 X 20 7/8” 2. Female Head in Profile. 1 block: ocher, pink-brown, black. 25 ¼ X 20 7/8” 3. Picador and Matador, 1 block: ocher, brown, black. 25 ¼ X 20 7/8” 4. Picador and Bull. 1 block: ocher, pink-brown, dark brown, black. 25 ¼ X 20 7/8” 5. Picador Goading Bull with Matador “al quite” (red and yellow). 1 block: yellow, red. 12.5 X 18” 6. Picador Goading Bull with Matador “al quite.” 1 block: ocher,brown, black. 20 7/8 X 25 ¼” 7. Picador and Fleeing Bull. I block: ocher, brown, black. 20 7/8 X 25 ¼” 8. Picador Goading Bull. 1 block: ocher, terra-cotta brown, violet-brown, black. 20 7/8 X 25 ¼” 9. Picador and Horse. September 23, 1959. 1 block: black, brown (siena). 25 ¼ X 20 7/8” 10. Picador, Woman, and Horse. September 25, 1959. 1 block: black, brown. 25 ¼ X 20 7/8” 11. Flower Vase. 1 block: ocher, medium-brown, dark brown, black. 25 ¼ X 20 7/8” 12. Two Women. September 27, 1959. 1 block: black, light blue-gray. 21 1/16 X 24 ½” 13. Reclining Woman and Picador with Guitar. 1 block: coher, brown, black. 20 7/8 X 25 ¼” 14. Guitar Player and Seated Woman. 1 block: ocher, brown, black. 20 7/8 X 25 ¼” 15. Reclining Woman and Guitar-Player Picador. 1 block: ocher, brown, black. 20 7/8 X 25 ¼” 16. Reclining Woman and Picador Eating Grapes. 1 block: ocher, brown, black. 20 7/8 X 25 ¼” 17. Picador Goading Bull (white). October 13, 1959. 1 block: black, light blue-gray. 20 7/8 X 25 ¼” 18. The Broken Lance. October 13, 1959. 1 block: black, light blue-gray. 20 11/16 X 25 ¼” 19. Female Head with Supporting Arms. 1 block: black, light blue-gray. 25 X 20 11/16” 20. Jacqueline. 1 block: black, light blue-gray. 25 1/8 X 20 11/16” 21. Two Women at the Window. November 15, 1959. 1 block: cher, brown, black. 20 7/8 X 25 ¼” 22. Woman at the Window. 1 block: ocher, brown, black. 20 7/8 X 25 ¼” 23. Three Women. 1 block: ocher, brown, black. 20 7/8 X 25 ¼” 24, Bacchanal with Mother and Child. November 17, 1959. 1 block: black, dark ocher. 20 7/8 X 25 ¼” 25. Female Head with Necklace. November 24, 1959. 1 block: ocher, brown, black. 25 X 20 ¾” 26. Mother and Child, with Dancer and Flute Player.1 block: ocher, coffee-brown, black. 25 X 20 7/8” 27. Bacchanal with Pair of Lovers. November 25, 1959. 1 block (divided): ocher, blue, black, (upper part), coffee-brown, black. 20 ¾ X 25” 28. Bacchanal with Goat. November 27, 1959. 1 block (divided): ocher, blue, green, black. 20 11/16 X 25” 29. Bacchanal with Bull. November 30, 1959. 1 block (divided): yellow, blue-gray, black, sepia. 20 11/16 X 25 ¼” 30. Bacchanal with Four Clouds. 1 block (divided): blue, ocher, gree, black, 20 11/16 X 25” 31. Two Satyrs and Goat. 1 block (divided): sepia, green, blue (2 shades), black: town additional plates for goat and flute player. 20 7/8 X 25” 32. Bacchanal with Black Bull. 1 block (divided): blue (2 shades), ocher, green, black: two additional plates for lake and flute player. 20 ¾ X 25 ¼” 33. Bacchanal with Goat and Owl. 1 block: black, brown (caput mortuum). 20 7/8 X 25 ¼” 34. After the Vintage. 1 block: ocher, pink-brown, brown, black. 20 7/8 X 25 ¼” 35. Bacchanal with Pair of Lovers and Owl. December 2, 1959. 1 block: black, sepia 20 7/8 X 25 ¼ 36. Dancing Satyrs and Flute Player. 1 block: black, sepia 20 7/8 X 25 ¼” 37. The Banderillas (large). 1 block: ocher, brown, black. 21 1/16” X 26” 38. Before the Goading of the Bull (Large). 1 block: ocher, brown, black. 21 ¼ X 25 ¼” 39. Mounted Picador. 1 block: ocher, brown, black. 6/38 X 8 7/8” 40. The Banderillas (small). 1 block: ocher, brown, black. 6 3/8 X 8 7/8” 41. The Goading of the Bull (small) 1 block: ocher, brown, black. 6 3/8 X 8 7/8” 42. Bull Charging a Capa. 1 block: ocher, brown, black 6 3/8 X 8 7/8” 43. Before the Goading of the Bull (small). 1 block: ocher, brown, black. 6 3/8 X 8 7/8” 44. Female Bust. June 24, 1956: April 9, 1960. 1 block: ocher, black, brown. 25 7/8 X 21 ¼” 45. “Bull-flower.” June 25, 1956: April 9, 1960. 1 block: ocher, brown, black. 26 X 21 ¼”(more)
03:39
A clip of me working on my massive linocut 'St. Ives rooftops'
00:30
In these videos I demonstrate how to print a linocut to a t-shirt at home, without a press. The results are not quite as good as you'd get with a press, but for small things it's adequate.
07:54
See the Article on Etsy's blog, The Storque, for more information:http://www.etsy.com/storque/article/200Tugboat Printshop, located in Pittsburgh, PA, shows you how to make a beautiful t-shirt printed with one of their stylish woodcuts! For those of you who want to know all the in-depth basics- this is for you!
00:25
Inking the block!So, you might notice that I slide 2 objects up around my block as I ink it. that's a trick I picked up from some kids at Guilford College back when I was in school. It's called "rails." Basically you put two scrap pieces of whatever your matrix is at the height of your image (in this case, 2 scrap pieces of uncut linoleum), so your brayer can roll evenly across the surface of your image, without getting ink on the carved-away areas, or putting ink too heavily on one side or the other.This trick is indispensable for viscosity printing.
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soundtrack : CLOT
04:11
whole process : http://www.flickr.com/photos/tanxxx/s...
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This quick video illustrates a form of art I am hoping to get back into. It is a linoleum cut print. I have not done one for years, but have been really enjoying the process. Stay tuned for more from DashbyArt, and the product of what you see here. Thanks Doug from DashbyArt
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