Blog by Artist David Esslemont about design, illustration, printmaking, bookbinding, and publishing – for everyone interested in books and creativity.
Monday, December 14, 2009
Blackberry and Raspberry leaf prints
The leaves of soft fruit printed very well. Prints from the back or underside of the leaf were generally more more detailed. Printing was messy and it was difficult to get sharp impressions.
More scans to come . . . in the next post.
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