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Printing inspired by Patrick Caulfield and Michael Craig Martin

Discussion in 'Art and design' started by kel_girl, Jan 9, 2012.

  1. Hello all
    I hope you are all well.
    Just wanted some advice on printing techniques would suit a Patrick Claufield and Michael Craid Martin inspired design.
    My Year 7's are doing a mini project looking at colour and will be starting observational tonal work of kitchen utensils. Then using the compositions to create a design for a print.
    I haven't printed in a while and am unsure what technique to go with, especially with a Year 7 class.
    Any ideas would be appreciated?
     
  2. Hello all
    I hope you are all well.
    Just wanted some advice on printing techniques would suit a Patrick Claufield and Michael Craid Martin inspired design.
    My Year 7's are doing a mini project looking at colour and will be starting observational tonal work of kitchen utensils. Then using the compositions to create a design for a print.
    I haven't printed in a while and am unsure what technique to go with, especially with a Year 7 class.
    Any ideas would be appreciated?
     

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