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This Instructable will teach you how to do a lino reduction print onto a card. I chose to have 3 layers of color, ...
To do this Instructable you will need: 1). Drawing utensils 2). Carving utensils 3). A linoleum block 4). Card-stock Paper 5). Water Soluble block-printing ink ...
I did not make too many cards for this print, in the interest of saving time, but you can decide on how many you want to ...
Draw your picture on the linoleum. I drew a small bird called the "Wrentit". After drawing it on, decide what 3 colors you want ...
Think about your colors again. Mentally point them out on your drawing. All the white spaces in your picture you should carve out NOW. ...
This print will be with the my second lightest color: redish. Now what you want to carve out is the spaces where you want your first layer to ...
Your last print should be your darkest color, for me: BLACK. What you'll carve away is the spaces where you want the 2nd lightest color to show through ...
I have not yet officially signed my prints, but I did make a small logo stamp, which I printed on the back of the card in the lower ...
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