In the afternoon I gave up for the day. Until Sarah Brewster said something which made me realize I was wasting time, but didn't know what to do, so i looked around for something to pass the time.
Etching and Printmaking Handbook was the first thing I saw.
I remember getting this in the first year...and also in college (ND Graphics) and it made me think back to my work created within the sessions. I went home and dug up my printmaking from my old graphics coarse...it was the style I've been looking for.
This one (above) is a little bit harsh, but still could work
Little bit too....i don't know the word, but, you know, there's no fade out.
So instead of buying a roller and some paint (like I was going to do, to get the style I wanted) I think I might try out some printmaking.
So Im not wasting time during the weekend, i thought that i'd use these prints from 3 years ago to see if the style would look good...
This is one I made from using paint marks about a week ago, we think it looks too static...
I think the colours are nice, but its lacking something.