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    Heads or Tails plate by Mariann Johansen Ellis, via Flickr

    Heads and tails...linoleum

    Printing on gessoboard. Gessobord is a wonderful surface for patterns made with stencils or block prints. For this painting, I carved a koi design into a soft rubber block of Safety-Kut™ using Speedball® linoleum block cutters. I mixed acrylic paint and Golden® Acrylic Glazing Liquid (this keeps the acrylic from drying too fast) and applied it to the block with a rubber brayer

    LinoCutBoy - top ten tips for Linocutting. Very useful indeedy.

    Andrea Lauren

    Mariann Johansen-Ellis Linocut Reduction Printmaking - this was one of the first You Tube videos on printmaking that I saw. S

    If I did the gyotaku fish printing like I've always wanted... printing onto multicolored paper would be cool!


    Cutting lino by St. Jude's, via Flickr

    Bear Plate & Cup by Donna Wilson

    alisaburke: go BIG- tips and tricks for painting large

    Panel by Zoé Ouvrier, photo by Loic Lautard

    Image Spark - Image tagged lino cut, printmaking, birds - lologill

    printmaking with extruded insulation

    Heron by Elizabeth Rashley : Limited Edition, Collectors Original Prints For Sale, Contemporary Art Gallery, Devon, UK - The Brook Gallery : Buy Art Online

    PROCESS: the reduction print

    Easy-to-make, DIY foam printing plate stamps for creating fabulous textured Gelli prints to be used in cardmaking, art journaling and collage! They're so easy and fun to make, you'll have a collection of these stamps in no time!

    Three horses by cate edwards, via Flickr

    Fishes Linocut Original Print Blue Art by The Bluebird Gallery, And I thought about using foam prints for the classroom, collect and print several different images on one sheet, with a common theme, like the fish. A class collaborative work.

    Tracy Porter For Poetic Wanderlust 'Rose Boheme' Dessert

    On Block Printing: Jesse Breytenbach of Henri Kuikens - Block Printed Textiles