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Ok, guys, do yourselves a HUGE favour and google these artists:

Jenna Chew
Andrew Hem
Edwin Ushiro

SERIOUSLY

These are recent finds for me and so up my alley. Waaay up.

WHAT ELSE

I did printmaking last week and it was awesome. Etching on a steel plate. Took me 3 days to make 2 prints (of the same plate, yes, BUT WITH DIFFERENT COLOURS AND PAPER shut up), I left them to dry at the workshop and I'm getting them tomorrow. Kya excited~

And I still haven't scanned anything from this school year, but that's okay. In this first module we're being ~experimental~ and we're supposed to come up with loads of ideas instead of spending a lot of time on a few finished illustrations, so except maybe for a couple of pieces (and the print), I'm not very happy with most of the stuff I came up with. That will change soon, hopefully. :)

Anyway

I never know how to finish journals.
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ipratropium Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2010
são mesmo a tua cena, realmente. e os três com trabalhos bem interessantes. Printmaking?
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Kyendo Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2010  Professional
Printmaking! Tal como antigamente. No meu caso, etching: [link]

Resumindo: depois de trinta mil passos para limpar e polir uma placa de aço, é cobri-la de uma substância que protege a placa de ácido. Depois desenhei na placa com ferramentas próprias (tipo agulhas), o que faz com que "raspe" a substãncia da placa nos sitios onde quero que desenho apareça. Depois de mais umas seiscentas cenas que tive de fazer à placa, meti-a no ácido, de forma a que este provoque corrosão nos sitios onde a placa não está protegida (o desenho fica assim como que gravado na placa). Depois é passar tinta na placa toda, limpar a superfície de forma a que só fique tinta nos traços, mais umas quarentas medidas para preparar o papel (precisa de estar húmido) e tá pronto para a prensa, que basicamente vai funcionar como carimbo sobre o papel. E pronto, depois é deixa a secar entre duas placas de um dia para o outro, para a folha não enrugar ao secar, e tá feito.

Fácil. :la:
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po-stit Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2010
Também era esta a minha dúvida. Agora já percebi. nice =)
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OCL-R Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010
these artist are such a great find. thanks for sharing!
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Kyendo Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2010  Professional
No problem. Awesomeness needs to be spread.
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mrgid Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010
Printmaking is one of the loves of my life. Etching is a ton of fun, have you gotten to Aquatint yet?
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Kyendo Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2010  Professional
Nope, since I used a steel plate, I got the greyish texture anyway. There's a ton of stuff about printmaking I don't know, but I'd definitely like to do more stuff. :3
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