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Lino Carving Wooden Handle Tool

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Lino Cutting Wooden Handle Tool

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Lino Cutting Wooden Handle Tool

Lino Cutting Wooden Handle Tool The most basic, versatile and inexpensive tool is the Speedball Linoleum Cutter. This is sometimes the first tool linocut artists use. It’s cheap (under $10), dependable and comfortable. If you’re not familiar with this traditional tool, it works with six interchangeable blades that store in the plastic handle.

Woodcarving tools that can be used for linoleum

I bought a Power Grip carving set to use for my woodblocks, but they also work great for linoleum. The handles are longer and thinner than Pfeil and Speedball’s but they also have a nice range in size.

 

Though major artists began adopting the linocut technique as early as 1903, many in the art community shunned the medium due to its simplicity, citing it as lacking in challenge.
To begin with, a 1mm deep cut is fine; you can go back over it if necessary. Never go deeper than half the depth of the lino block. If the cutting is too shallow, it may fill with ink when printing and detail in the image may be lost. If the cutting is too deep, the lino may be weakened.
Method 1: Toner print-out and baking paper
  1. Placing the drawing face down on the lino.
  2. Placing baking paper over the drawing and lino.
  3. Applying gentle heat with a low iron over the baking paper and image.
  4. First of all you trace your design onto tracing paper.
  5. The traced design.
  6. Then, place carbon paper face down on the lino.

Soften with Linseed Oil

Put a drop of linseed oil on a rag and rub it over the surface of your lino. It’s traditionally thought to keep the lino supple. Do this before you warm the lino, and it’ll sink in nicely.

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