In Woodcut Adventures I showed you how I carved a xilography block. In this post, I’m showing you how I made some test prints without a printing press and with acrylic paints, and then alter them with stuff, like more paint, eye shadow and ink.
The idea, just like I mentioned in the previous post, was to make each print unique by doing something else to them after printing. In this case it was especially important, since the results without a press or xilography ink are pretty grungy. If you start with that look in mind, though, you can make interesting stuff anyways.