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ZENTANGLE DESIGNS - wild animals zentangle patterns - Zentangle - More doodle ideas - Zentangle - doodle - doodling - zentangle patterns.

Scratchboard and woodcut illustrations by Mitch Frey | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

Scratchboard and woodcut illustrations by Mitch Frey

Love the retro look of these illustrations by talented American artist Mitch Frey. "When I began working as an illustrator in the early

linoleum block print

Lino Printing is a popular print making technique using by many professional artists. Lino printing was originally held in low esteem by the art world unti

Stitchlily: How to draw a Tiki Head!

Stitchlily: How to draw a Tiki Head - complete tutorial with lots of great ideas!

Franklin Booth, scratchboard master? As I understand it, he didn't use scratchboard. Just pen & ink. Either way, darned good, weren't he?

ixgart: ART HISTORY: Franklin Booth Accurate depiction of the unexamined life succumbing to the evils of war and the mass hypnosis that would drive one human being to kill another.

"Joy", a linoleum block print by Martha Kelly.

These are woodblocks and linoleum block prints that are created by hand. (These are not just printed posters of artwork.) I carve a block, roll ink onto it with a roller, lay paper on top of it,.

lino print ~cat & dogs A great example of positive and negative space in art.

Kathleen ~ Opinion (black and white) (scratchboard) Smart - 1 colour, 2 effects (black on white and white on black)

Neil Brigham, koi - heads or tails. Neil's work has been recognized and shown at the Society of Illustrators in New York and Los Angeles. His block prints have also appeared in shows in New Zealand, Ireland and Wales.  Neil lives in beautiful western Massachusetts where he makes art, gardens and occasionally mows the lawn.

Neil Brigham, koi - heads or tails. Neil's work has been recognized and shown at the Society of Illustrators in New York and Los Angeles. His block prints have also appeared in shows in New Zealand, Ireland and Wales.

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