Tag Archives: beginner

Linocut starter set – now with linocutboy logo!

My linocut starter set comes with everything the beginner needs to start making linocuts. And now it comes in a beautiful box adorned with my linocutboy logo (printed from a linocut, naturally). Here it is in all its glory. Inside the box you get all the equipment you need for carving and printing your own […]

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Linocut starter kit back in stock

My linocut starter kit is perfect for the beginner who was to try linocutting. In contains cutting tools, ink, roller and Softcut lino and it comes in a lovely box to keep it all in. Everything you need to start cutting and printing! Linocut starter kit available now from my Etsy shop Linocut starter kit […]

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Linocut starter kit available now on Etsy

My linocut starter kit is now available to buy from my online linocutboy etsy shop. This linocut starter kit is perfect for anyone who wants to have a go at carving and printing their own linocuts. The kit contains a set of six linocutter tools, a tube of ink, an ink roller (brayer) and five […]

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Linocut tools set available from Etsy

I’ve finally found another supplier for these linocutters. This set of tools is perfect for a beginner and includes 2 x ‘V’ gouges and 4 x ‘U’ gouges of various sizes. Ideal for linocut or woodcut, they are very sharp and are the best I have found for this price range. These linocutting tools are […]

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Linocut workshops in Margate

I’m running two linocut workshops next month as part of Pushing Print in Margate. Come along and learn the basic techniques in a friendly informal atmosphere… Inking a lino block Linocut for Beginners workshop with Nick Morley Sunday 9th October 2.30 – 5.30pm£15/£10 concessions Learn how to design, carve and print your very own linocut. […]

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Getting started with linocut – Equipment

I have recently received a couple of emails from followers of this blog wanting advice. I thought I’d answer them on here and maybe if more people have questions it can become a regular feature. Email me at nickbmorley@hotmail.com. Simon writes… I wanted to get started making linocuts at home. Do you have any advice […]

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