Friday, September 27, 2013

When there's no Ctrl Z

I use white out to work out the kinks on my relief prints. I doctored a proof of King Henry VIII to see where I still needed to carve. I like incidental marks but he was looking a little too incidental. The white out helped me figure out what I needed to carve.

Here's an unaltered proof:


Here's one with my Pentel Fine Point Correction Pen:



King VIII is already targeted to those that are subscribed to my art of the month club, but I have a few extra proofs if you would like one of your own. I'm cooking up an idea where I can get the ditty "King Henry the VIII to 6 wives he was wedded..." in the print somehow--maybe with a side-by-side second plate. More on that soon! 

2 comments:

Roberta said...

He doesn't look like Jonathan Rhys Meyers.

LOL! Kidding. This is great. I love seeing your process!

Cathy Savage said...

Hahaha! You're funny! That really made me laugh. Good one. :)