« Arts of Japan series : print #4 - carving moves forward | Main | Arts of Japan series : print #4 - colour blocks ready »

Arts of Japan series : print #4 - colour separations done

Posted by Dave Bull at 8:14 AM, September 14, 2012 [Permalink]

The colour separation work is now done, and it looks as though we'll be able to keep it on four pieces of wood (using both sides, of course):

And here they are, all pasted down:

Flip them over ...


Following comment posted by: Julio Rodriguez on September 18, 2012 8:23 AM

Hi Dave, a couple of questions, what's the block that has the big yellow X-out ?

Also I notice that the kento marks are on the individual wood blocks but not drawn in the color separations ????

Following comment posted by: Dave on September 18, 2012 12:11 PM

The yellow 'X' isn't crossing anything out, it's just to show that the whole surface of that block is to be included. If I were to colour it all yellow, the liquid from the marker would probably distort the sheet ...

As for the registration marks, remember that I am doing this an 'alternate' way - I print the transfer sheets by putting them into the registration marks, not on top of them. Then, when I am pasting them down on the blank colour blocks, I cut the registration marks first, then put the sheets into place in the marks, as usual ...

Add Your Input

Remember Me? (with a cookie ...)

(you may use HTML tags for style)

Back to the Main Page