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Score
4.32 / 5.00

Date
03/29/2010
Category
Fine Art
File Info
1537 x 1320 px
JPG
346.9 kb
Tags
print
ben
linoleum
folds

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Author Comments

a linoleum print of ben folds. first time using linoleum. cut up my hands a lot. protip: cut away from your fingers!

Reviews


ryan-pujado11ryan-pujado11

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 8, 2010

nice

looks like freddie roach!



XwaynecoltXXwaynecoltX

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars Mar 31, 2010

Differant

~~REVIEW~~
Now here was a differant kind of art, it had some faded color style, so it didnt really stand out no but maybe with abit more color depth it could come out, he kinda reminds me of david letterman for some odd reason, anyways it was notbad keep up the good work

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
More deeper colors some that really bring your point out and abit more focus on the color would be an idea

~X~


SPace responds:

haha theres only 2 colors and b&w so i don't think i could have gone any deeper. the lighter pink pops a bit more when you see it in person. if i could scan this instead of taking a picture of it i think that would translate better.
i think i see what you mean about the focus, the keyboard is brighter so you don't see his face as well. thanks for the review!


BryonyBryony

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Mar 30, 2010

Great first attempt

I'm still struggling to get foamboard printing right, major kudos for getting such effective results using a complex first time lino print. How many layers did you use? Also very true, always cut away!


SPace responds:

wow cutting foamboard must be awful. this is only 3 layers. if i have time to do another one i think i may step up to 5 or 6 but i kinda like the look of flatness with only a few layers. thanks for the review good luck with the foam!