Printmaking at Home: Creating Linocut Patterns Premium class
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Introduction & Overview0:43
What is Linocut1:41
Materials & Tools2:33
Printing Linocut Patterns1:45
Using Your Patterns & Conclusion0:56
About This Class
Linocut is a really easy hand-printing technique you can use to create your own wrapping paper, handmade wallpaper, art prints, gift cards and presents for the festive season. This class will give you the opportunity to design and create wonderful handmade patterns and illustrations at home without needing to draw sophisticated elements first!
I am Dominic from Attitude Creative, and in this class I will be sharing how to create you own handmade linocut patterns and print them at home using equipment usually found in your kitchen.
In this class you will learn:
- what tools, materials and equipment you need to create homemade linocut patterns;
- how to carve artists lino and create different marks, patterns and textures;
- basic printmaking techniques in a home environment;
- how to form a repeatable pattern.
This class is suitable for pretty much any skill level and covers all techniques required. Absolute beginners are welcome!
Tools, materials and equipment:
- Lino & Wood Carving Chisel Tool Set;
- Artists lino;
- Cutting mat (or something else to protect your work surface);
- Hard rubber ink roller;
- Craft knife;
- Fibre-based paper;
- Acrylic paint, oil paint or block printing inks.
Please refer to the post on the Community Board for this class for the detailed description of the tools & materials needed.
I cannot wait to see your linocut patterns, join in now and share your designs!
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Very inspiring to use linocut technique doing the patterns. Thanks!
We are Dominic & Evgeniya Righini-Brand, a creative couple specialising in graphic design and photography. Our small studio Attitude Creative is run from a cute garden house hidden away in the middle of England.
We have 5 years of university teaching experience each, and we would love to share with you what we are passionate about and what we have learnt from teaching communication design and photography students over the years.
For more information about our graphic design side please visit attitudecreative.co.uk and to see what we are up to day to day check us out on Facebook and Instagram. You can also have a look at our photographic portolio at 1705photography.com.