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Print project - Monkeylove 
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Post Print project - Monkeylove
Hello All

Im new in this forum, and new to woodblock printing, and have my first print project going on(It's a hard design for a first print, I know :? ).
It's called Monkeylove and its some primitive love and a tribute to the japanese woodblock artform.

The digital part is done, and I'm pritty pleased with the outcome, some small adjustments need to be done, but its like my first vision of the image I got in my mind 1-2months ago. If someone can Japanese please feel free to correct the seals, the titel seal on the right side should say "monkeylove" now I think it says monkey+love, or maybe it says monkey ass, I really dont know :D thats the terrible, and funny part of those..

Critic and comments and ideas are welcome.

Feels great to be on a woodblock forum! Now I have the BIG problem of finding woodblocks, I live in the land of woods, Finland, but there are no woodblocks :evil: pritty ironic.

So long sailoirs


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Thu Nov 25, 2010 5:09 pm
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Location: Kongsberg - Norway
Post Re: Print project - Monkeylove
Wow, is this your first woodblock print? You have a lot of serious cutting to do..


Mon Jan 03, 2011 3:48 pm
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