Here are my top ten tips for linocutting. Practise first Before you go straight into carving a design make a test print on a small piece of lino. Practise making a range of marks. Don’t worry about making a recognisable image, just play around and make as many different shaped cuts as you can – […]
If you’re carving lino all day here’s a top tip. Wrap masking tape round the tool where your finger rests. If you wind it round several times you get a nice soft pad. This will prevent you getting blisters. Don’t say I’m not good to you.
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 […]