Making Prints


Originally, I had planned to work on these prints yesterday; however, I ended up not having time.

Since I plan and play around with colors ’til I find what I like, I only did a limited run of prints, only 5 of each.

Each print is done on nice, thick, off-white watercolor paper, and I deckled the edges for a decorative finish.

For now, I have to wait until they’reΒ  thoroughly dry.

If I like how they turn out, then I’ll print some more.

You may (if you’re observant) notice that the prints are the tiniest bit different from the ones posted in my block print gallery; that’s because I touched them up a bit to sharpen the images before I printed them.

Well, I suppose I should go find something else to occupy my time while I watch ink dry :).

Cheers,

Amanda

3 Replies to “Making Prints”

  1. I have always loved bright colors and movement, like dancing its healing, relaxing fulfilling and challenging as well. The bottom line is the feeling and message that I want to convey through the medium. When I paint, every attempt is to capture the feel of warmth, passion, joy and bliss in none objective or figurative composition. I enjoy experimentation of different media and subjects.

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