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anyone else here into it? i've been doing etching, wood carving, screenprinting, and pretty much every other type for a few years and now i'm studying it at art school. unfortunately the only photos i have of my prints are shitty (i need to get a nice camera and shoot my portfolio asap) but i figured i'd share one anyway just so you guys can get an idea of what i'm into (i have a few more in my art section btw) feel free to post any prints you've made/are working on, provide (constructive) critism, etc.
I took a semester of print making and did just about everything with it. I hated the clean up so much...being mostly a graphic artist and all.
This series was done with plexiglass, I forgot the name of the process but I laser etched the figures after drawing them in flash, rubbed some water based paint on it and then pressed it onto paper. I think I enjoyed this project the most.
I do it! And i love it!!! here are my newest prints from my printmaking classes. >.<
this first one is a linoleum print that i designed as a t-shirt idea.
and then the dynamic links are my color reduction monotype prints that i just completed on wednesday.
http://www.newgrounds.com/art/view/takopako/dirigifish-print?context=ratings:etm.user:4255 215.scouted:.offset:1http://www.newgrounds.com/art/view/takopako/dirigifish-ghost-print?context=ratings:etm.use r:4255215.scouted:.offset:0
i dont think i did those links right...lol.
At 9/21/12 01:14 AM, IndustrialIndustries wrote: anyone else here into it?
I've done woodcuts and what was essentially etching but for jewelry- the process was the same, but then instead of printing i filled the copper with glass. It's been a while since I've done any, but I'm currently taking a history of prints course that is absolutely scrumdiddlyumptious and I'll have to create something print-related for the final. I'd love to go back to basse-taille but I'm not sure I have the facilities or the energy where I am right now.
Captain is a pretty great printmaker.