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    Re: Large Scale Printmaking

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    i used the term painting to compliment you on your rendering/technique bc it looks amazing. i know what mezzotint is.

    good luck with the job prospect! i hope if you get it that means we get to see more work!!!
    Sorry didnít mean to assume you didnít know what mezzotint was. More often than not other artists I talk to have no idea what it is.
    Thank you! I post a lot of my work on Instagram and I have a website too if you want to look at more images. @jmcrook and www.crookstudio.net


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    Re: Large Scale Printmaking

    Quote Originally Posted by jmcrook View Post
    Sorry didnít mean to assume you didnít know what mezzotint was. More often than not other artists I talk to have no idea what it is.
    Thank you! I post a lot of my work on Instagram and I have a website too if you want to look at more images. @jmcrook and www.crookstudio.net


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    no worries.

    i'll definitely check out your work!!!
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    Two words: HOLY CRAP!!

    That's amazing!!! You have a serious talent!! Thanks for sharing. I'm off to check out your website...
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    Got distracted for a bit, but just finished checking out your work. IM-PRESS-IVE!!!!!

    You're quite talented!!!
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    Re: Large Scale Printmaking

    Quote Originally Posted by craigafrechette View Post
    Got distracted for a bit, but just finished checking out your work. IM-PRESS-IVE!!!!!

    You're quite talented!!!
    Thanks buddy! If you have questions about any of the work or processes donít hesitate to ask!


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    Re: Large Scale Printmaking

    This thing is like 97% done now. Just gotta tweak some fine details, give it some highlights and call it good. 2íx4í woodcut relief print



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    Re: Large Scale Printmaking

    Could you use snake skins somewhere in this process - just to give or help with patterning ?


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    Re: Large Scale Printmaking

    Quote Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post
    Could you use snake skins somewhere in this process - just to give or help with patterning ?


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    I have in copper etching processes before actually.
    With woodcuts itís entirely manual. I mean you could program a cnc router or laser cutter to cut a design but I like to get my hands dirty, I need some physical feedback from the work that Iím making


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