Friday, July 27, 2007

spoons and forks II


etching (spitbite aquatint, sugarlift) & drypoint on arches printmaking paper, image size is 16.2 x 22.5 cm on 32 x 38 cm paper size
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9 comments

  1. hi chuver dajo.

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  2. this would make a nice postcard.
    looks like a spoon standing in the foreground and a sun setting (or rising) in the b/g

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  3. hello chuver dajo...just bored again.

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  4. hi mr. anonymous. don't be bored. go to sleep.

    thank you, Grace. i like that. spoon and sunset sunrising. :).

    sleep well and sweet dreams, Francis. did you videotape your grand piano concert? how come no recent videos lately??

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  5. i did but the only half the video is good. oh yeah i told you to take pictures of your neigborhood like how the view looks outside your window but you didnt do it yet!

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  6. you need a new post. its been 3 days.

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  7. chuver funny. yes yes. got one for you but had technical difficulties yesterday. will try again later.

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  8. I cannot translate sugarlift or spitbite so I have some difficulties to understand, how you've done it, but I like the rythm of this print.
    Looks great, Mien!

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  9. thanks, Uschi! you are so nice. :). i added links to some explanation to what sugarlift and spitbite are. for the spitbite description, you have to scroll down to the Techniques section right above the Planographic Printing. it is probably still kind of confusing just reading about it though. but i couldn't find sites that show detailed pictures of these printmaking processes.

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