Thursday, April 2, 2009

You can stand under my...

I'm working on my final project for woodblock class right now, a five block, five color print and I've been doing some sketches in sharpies to help visually separate which colors will go on which block. I decided on the umbrella girl because I'm dying to try out some techniques for the rain and use bokashi, or gradation, and get to play with the fun Marimekko-like print... not to mention the weather we've been having. Check out these great umbrella themed woodblock prints too!


Wellies!



Harunobu's "Praying for Rain" print



A Rainy Twilight by Bertha Lum, 1905 print via hanga.com



Bertha Lum "Geisha Girls" print via hanga.com

"Amabare" by Katsuyuki Nishijima print via japanese-closet.com

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