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we are doing lino printing at school



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These artists used lino printing:
Barkus, Rosie
Bosun, David
Brim, Warren
Edwards , Shaun Kalk
Geia, Daniel
Hobson, Silas
Laifoo, Joey
Mackie, Glen
Meeks, Arone
Motlop, Victor
Nona, Dennis
Sabatino, Ceferino Garcia
Tipoti, Alick
Warrior, Matatia Andrew
Watson, Joyce
Reduction Lino print using two colours - Harvey Taylor The print opposite was composed from a few drawings and is a reduction lino print using two colours - the white is the paper. The cuts into the lino were made deliberately expressive - similar to the work of the German Expressionist, Kirchner.
I mainly use lino for my relief Prints, because I like the blankness of it. Unlike wood, it has no grain, or surface texture. I can get it any size I want. It can be sanded, etched with caustic solution, cut without resistance and corrected if mistakes occur. Lino developed as a flooring material in the 1860's. It became widely used as printing medium in the 1900's. It was originally mainly used for illustrations, but now its versatility allows it to be used very diversely for all sorts of image making.
When I make a Lino cut, it is almost always a multi-coloured, reduction Print. A reduction print as opposed to a multiblock print is manufactured from one block. The original design is simplified into different layers of colour. The block and the paper are registered together so each time the image is printed, the paper and the block are in the same place. The first layer to be printed has the areas of white paper showing (the highlights), these will be cut first from the block. The next cuts from the block show the colour previously printed. This process is repeated until all the colours are printed, by which time the original surface of the block is almost completely cut away. What I enjoy about this process is the puzzling out of all the layers and marks, the knowledge that there is only one opportunity to get it right and most importantly the relationship of the colours to each other and the marks as they are revealed at each printing.



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fanks for dat i can get my work done now. you are a star



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i need to find out what the following terms mean for lino printing
drayer
impression
registration
squeeze
gouge



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i need help on finding pictures of lino printing for my art project! please help!



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what is the connection and differences between lino printing and Die brucke? please help? need info for art homework.



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people I think we are suppost to be helping each other aswell as ourselfs. If you know an answer to any of these queries, comment on it. I know wher to get lino print pictures from. go onto www.google.com/images
type in lino prints or what ever you want. hope i have been of some help.



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For my art homework i was asked to find out information on Lino printing.Could yo please tell me what Lino printing is and what it involves or other pieces of information that could help me get a good grade?



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I have art project and i need help finding some information about please reply as soon as possible please i'm really despirit



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Lino Printing is a wonderful art form for anybody old enough to use sharp cutting tools responsibly.
It is a relatively inexpensive form of printing and is commonly used in schools. It works on the relief printing premise, where you carve out the negative spaces and print the positive shape.
Its other positive is that you can use water based ink which is easier to handle than oil based ink. Added to this is the plus of not needing any specialised equipment or presses.
Lino Printing is an art form well worth experimenting with, be it with black and white prints or multiple colour prints. The effect you achieve with lino is bold and dramatic and one that I'm sure you will enjoy!
Haha okay i came across this when i was looking it up for a school project!



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What is lino printing! i need help quick



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can you tell me where i can buy a relief printing press for lino & wood cuts



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what is lino printing and which are the most famous artist that did this work



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can anyone help me with the history of lino printing? if anyone knows of any good websites it would be a big help. Thanks, me x



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