Its printmaking day at the log cabin print shop. Im ready to start a new 16×20 woodcut. Heres my sketch (only about 3 1/2 x 2 1/2 inches in size) ive transferred the sketch to tracing paper and drew a rough grid so i can flip the image and transfer to the wood block. No photos or computers…all analog. Stay tuned for progress reports
This is a big (for me) woodcut 16×20″. My goal today is to finish carving it while i’m working at the Log Cabin Print Shop from noon-5pm.
You are welcome to stop by: to see how the woodcut is going -or- to make your own!
UPDATE: im finished carving. This little goat at the top is my happiness! Time to ink and test proof
The test proof. I am happy!
The Finished Woodcut! 3 Goats!
Remember 2 weeks ago, when I made a block print of the John P. Parker house in Ripley, Ohio?
Well, i thought it was such a great scene (and important historic landmark) that I made an acrylic painting of the scene!
- the John P. Parker House$20.00 – $90.00