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i love lino printing! email me!



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lino printing is my favourite sport!



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please can you mail me some lino printing info i need it for my homework and it for tomorrow and i DONT want DETENTION



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Thank u sooooooooooooooooo much 4 this site! it was g8!
if u jus av d patience 2 read through evry1s comments u'll get a lota help!i came on this site wit nuttin, now i can give in my art hw completed (4 once) so keep it up! luv Jeff d penguin x x x x x



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would you please tell me what lino printing and mono printing is !!! i need it for my prep for tomorrow!!!



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I found some stuff:
Linoleum
smooth-surfaced floor covering made from a mixture of oxidized linseed oil, gums and resins, and other substances, applied to a felt or canvas backing.
Since linoleum is easy to cut and does not have a grain, the linoleum cut often is used to introduce children to printmaking. The process was held in low esteem until, in the 1950s, Pablo Picasso made a series of brilliant colour linoleum cuts.The printing of linoleum cuts is similar to the printing of woodcuts or wood engravings. They can be printed by hand rubbing or, properly mounted, can be printed on a press. The colour printing process follows the woodcut principles.
Relief printing techniques were, it seems, first used by ancient Egyptians to print on fabrics. A piece of wood was carved with a sharp knife or a gouge and the areas left untouched were then inked on.
I don't think anyone else needs to ask for help, it makes it hard to find any info between "help" messages.



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I have got to find 5 facts about lino printing for school please help me.



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just thankyou to all you geniuses out there who knew where to look and took the trouble to enter the lino printing info on the site: serious respect....



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lino cuttin is simple jus draw on ur design in thick pencil on the lino then cut away nething that isnt ur lines



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ur meant 2no u tell me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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sum1 just gimme anything on the history of lino cutting 4 my coursework



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Hi, Lino printing is wher you create a pictiure using the reduction technique.
First u get a square of lino (used for flooring!) and draw out your picture, clearly seperating all your colours. Next, you cut away at the surface the background. This leaves all the other colours so you paint on the lightest colour and print on the paper. It's quite difficult to explain without showing you. By now you'll have a piece of paper with the basic out line as all the coulours will appear as the lightes. Next, you cut away the where you said the colour you have just printed would be; because you have already printed it - get it? well then you cover the lino in the next colour and repeat the process. This is the best i can explain it - sorry. Good luck!



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*Lightest



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As for the history of it i have no idea!!!



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To find some info on the history of lino printing just go to
http://www.silkcut.com.au/frame.html
it gives a great outline to the history of lino printing. It also has a link to a cool group of pictures of the ingredients of lino (fantastic to put in homework research!)
Love liz x x x x x x
ps linoleum is the full name for lino



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