This course explains relief printing using more than one colour including using the reduction technique and the ‘key block’ system. Handy if you have already completed the introductory courses in Linocut and Woodcut and want to develop your printing further my using multiple colours. It also explores some more experimental ways to work with relief printing such as stencils and incorporating Monoprint.
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Table of Contents
What the Course Covers...
In the first part of this course we will take the basic techniques of Woodcut and Linocut and look towards creating multiple coloured relief prints from several layers of ink. To do this we will explore two very different methods – the reduction technique and multiple plate printing. We will also therefore cover registration in more detail and look further at planning out an image and preparing a design for relief printing.
In the second part of the course we will look at experimenting further with your printmaking by incorporating monoprinting, stencils and more.
Throughout this course either wood or linoleum can be used for your block – feel free to either stick with one material or switch from one to the other to gain experience of using both.
I highly recommend that you have studied the basic introduction courses to Linocut and Woodcut before working through this course (unless you have a good understanding of creating one-colour linocuts and woodcuts already).
Frequently Asked Questions
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