block print #2 } lino face

I’ve found the technique I’m comfortable with and I’ve just started to refine it. I love the serendipitous moments I get with these prints. Any time you have results that you are not totally in control of but which are interesting is a bonus!

i started off the same way i did yesterday with the first block

i started off the same way i did yesterday with the first block

but this time i stuck to one cutter and tried my best to keep the lines in the same direction more or less

but this time i stuck to one cutter and tried my best to keep the lines in the same direction more or less

five o'clock shadow

five o’clock shadow

the process is grueling

the process is grueling

i got a good workout

i got a good workout

my favorite part! all the wonderful surprises. don't you love it when the paint does most of the work for you?

my favorite part! all the wonderful surprises. don’t you love it when the paint does most of the work for you?

these prints are amazing to touch and leaf through. they make me happy

these prints are amazing to touch and leaf through. they make me happy

 

 

 

 

 

 

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