Bloody lino!


Rememer I said we should all try lino printing? Well, as amazing as it is, it bloody hurts!

I have this new design I'm gonna try to have printed from lino for the shop, and my hands look like I have a wild life. Is the lino too hard to cut? No, the lino si fine. I just keep getting cuts from rubbing my knuckles against the design and maybe some cutting tool flies against a finger or two too. But I'll resist, and I'll finish it and I'll get to print it some time, and I'll show you. And we'll all laugh about it.


And well, the more I suffer for my art the more I want one of the increasingly expensive gocco sets...
So if you have one you no longer want and plan to get rid of it very, very cheaply, convo me or find me or e-mail me.

What did you think? 

One Response

  1. gravatar TheresaJ says:

    I have no idea what lino printing is, but it sounds awfully painful! Can't wait to see the finished product...

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