I’ve been printing my Hungry Fish linocut which has a colour blend, or colour gradation, on one of the blocks. This is a very simple printing technique where two or more colours are blended on the ink roller resulting in a striking effect which can be used in a number of ways. Hungry Fish linocut […]
Here’s a lovely little video I just found of Bill Fick (see earlier post here) making and printing a linocut. It shows the process from start to finish. I’m very jealous of his lovely studio and especially that electric press!! Anatomy of a Linocut by Bill Fick from Jim Haverkamp on Vimeo.
Linocut: Illustrated Narratives 18-22 July 2011 Opificio della Rosa, Montefiore, Italy Tutor: Nick Morley (me!) I will be teaching this workshop in July in the beautiful hilltop town of Montefiore in Italy. It is one of a series of workshops being run over the summer by tutors from East London Printmakers. Situated in a medieval […]
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 email@example.com. Simon writes… I wanted to get started making linocuts at home. Do you have any advice […]