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TERM 2, 2015/2016 WEEK 7,8,9,10 & 11 (LINO CUT & STENCIL INTRODUCTION)

TERM 2, 2015/2016 WEEK 7,8,9,10 & 11 (LINO CUT & STENCIL INTRODUCTION)

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Linocut is a printmaking technique, a variant of woodcut in which a sheet of linoleum(sometimes mounted on a wooden block) is used for the relief surface.

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CA 1- Sculpture (Cast/Mould)

CA 2- Sculpture (Soap Carving)

CA 3- Sculpture (Human Figure)

CA 4- Lino Prints (geometric/organic patterns)

CA 5- Stencil Prints/ Mandala Design

MANDALA ART INTRODUCTION

 a graphic and often symbolic pattern usually in the form of a circle divided into four separate sections or bearing a multiple projection of an image

MANDALA ART (Pattern design)

CA: LINO PRINT PROJECT

A crest is an indispensable part of Japanese traditional items such as, Kimono, shop curtain, and cloth wrap.It is a part of our lives as a symbol, representing the origin of the family.Family crests were designed with a variety of motifs including, plants and animals.It is beautiful for its minimalism, elegance, and symbolism.

Create a modernistic crest while keeping these unique characteristics.

EXAMPLE:- STEP 1:Draw your design to the "LINO BOARD" surface before you start carving.

STEP 2: CARVING THE DETAILS WITH CARVING TOOL

STEP 3: PRINT

LINO CUT INTRODUCTION