Like how did I carve it out like that? I think what I did was a phototransfer of the original sketch to both of the linolium blocks... it's been a while so I can't be sure, but I think that's what it is.
I used the same sized blocks so I just aligned it that way... I think I had two sheets of wood that came to a 90 degree angle, and I put the blocks against it. I think that's what I did, but it was awhile ago so I don't really remember.
I thouroughly enjoy your print. Especially the figures. However I have trouble seeing this as only as a two board print. Did you use a special kind of ink, or a reduction technique on one of the boards?
I just used a print ink thingy. The first board is the black outlines, and the second board is the yellow part and the red part. I used two different coloured inks on the same board. Some of my prints, you can clearly see those two colours mixing.. ;
Hey this is really well done, when no-one knows nowadays how to do lino-art.. i see you added the black-colour board after the red and yellow one, really good idea..
I somehow thought you used wooden board and almost dropped my eyes, how did you manage to make it so clean, but then i read the text again
What sized boards did you use?? Even if it was linoleum-boards, this is still really carefully made, so you must have used pretty big ones, definetly bigger than A5 size.
I really really like this <3 Especially the way the texture adds to the picture^0^ Not only that, but the picture itself is wonderful. It's rare to see this style of art around Deviantart methinks, and so seeing this really adds a new taste in art for others^^