First go, i don’t think i put enough pressure on the squeegee, and there were just a few streaks of ink in my print.Next two tries, it was just a bit inconsistent. Fourth try… well, i’m counting it as good even though it doesn’t look it. I’m learning using a cheap-and-dirty screenprinting kit, figuring it’s enough… Read More

bought:– Sharpening stone. No honing oil though. Oops.– More wood to hack up– A wooden scrapbook-album cover I was planning on carving something on the scrapbook cover for my scrap-loving grandma. It’s pretty thin but maybe a shallow carving.aaaand after i actually got home with it i realised it’s like three layers of even thinner… Read More

Right, i’m being very lazy about scanning. And i only just finished carving my squirrel print this weekend and haven’t even had a chance to print it yet. But look, still carving. I think i’ve got a differently carved background for every print i’ve done so far. meh. Anyway the squirrel is the last carved-out… Read More

Another carved print.Nice long story behind this but the short version is that it’s very hard to hide a major part of identity – you can’t just ‘nest’ parts of identity inside each other, some things are just too big for that and cannot be just crammed beneath the surface. See more progress on: learn… Read More