Woodcut: "Step-by-Step Lessons in Designing, Cutting and Printing the Woodblock"
Intended for beginners, this book discusses the steps involved from choosing materials to matting the finished print, and offers suggestions on the woods and tools that are best to use
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THE WOODCUT TRADITION
DRAWING AND TRANSFERRING
PRINTING THE BLOCK
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angle applied artist background bench hook bevel black line black silhouette block of wood block printing brayer brush burnishing C-clamps cardboard charcoal chisel clean cloth coat color create cutting edge DRAWING AND TRANSFERRING drawing ink Edvard Munch electric drill Emil Nolde gesso glue gouges grain grinding wheel ground hacksaw illusion impression ink glass ink knife lacquer thinner lightly marking pen mask-out masking tape mat and backing mat window materials metal method modeling paste Museum oil stone Oravez paint thinner palette knife pencil photocopy plug plywood portion print paper printing ink printmakers procedure putty knife red Conte crayon relief remove rice paper roll-up rolled rubber brayers sand sandpaper sharp sharpening stones sheet of newsprint side slip smooth spoon square STEP strips strokes surface textures thin tree Urethane brayers V-gouge white line white silhouette white-line woodcuts wood engraving wood filler woodblock woodcut tools X-Acto knife