Thank you Meg for sharing your art with me. I have never been so pleased before to review an art that in itself is so unique.
Presenting before you Artist Meg
DRUM ROLLSSSSS Please!!! 😀
Well, Meg is a huge animal lover(just like me). She is a Bachelors & Masters Degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and currently working towards her PhD so she can be called Doctor(I am in awe of her already). She loves to make block print cards so much that she approached a local art store where they sold local handmade cards and they bought all her greeting cards. How cool is that!!!
I have gone through all her artworks and have fallen in love with her block prints. She has recently posted a more detailed approach to block printing. Do go check it out. Now I am no expert in block printing with linoleum but google does tell me that it involves a lot a process. Jotting the points in caption(All the images are from megsartwork) Get ready with your tools.
Looks easy right? But I bet it will give us a hard time. Hats off to Meg for her patience with this art form.
Jotting down the things you would require to make Block print cards :
- Essdee Lino Cutting & Printing Kit (The full kit or you can buy separately as well)
- Camlin Permanent Marker (Black, Blue, Red, Green)
- Essdee Linoleum Blocks 8″ X 6″
- Inkjet Transfer Paper
- Inovart Inking Plate/Bench Hook
- Essdee Lino Handle & 5 Cutters
- Miseyo Roller Stamp Refill Ink – 3 Pack – Black Ink
- Ink Roller Brayer 2″
- Cello Tape
A huge shout out for our multi talented Artist Meg . I loved her fresh approach towards block printing. Below are some more of her amazing block prints :
You can check out more of her artwork in : megsartwork . I am so glad I learnt something new today. What about you? Did you learn something new too? Let me know what you think of her art. I would definitely give Meg’s art a big YAY.
I have always encouraged you to create your own masterpiece because I believe when you can write(Blogs) you’re already creative. So why not give painting a try. You might surprise yourself. 🙂
I Hope I did justice to her art form. I will be in lookout for more of her paintings.
PS: If I get more such requests I would love to review and publish your DIY BLOG/VLOG. Please do mention about yourself (your background details a little bit) so that I can write for you, the way I did this and the way I did for Tani’s DIY Art. In case you want to know what this is all about, please go through my post : Artistic Thursday: Share Your Art