Block Printing


I immediately dug into the potato. I did not want to put too much thought into the design. I wanted it to be somewhat spontaneous and random. I made a few deep cuts and then a few thin slices. I was pretty happy with the design that came out. Next was actually putting the design on paper and making a pattern. I started at the top with basic right to left altered with left to right (also flipping the potato upside down.) After filling the whole paper, I sprinkled some random marks (and half marks) in empty spaces. This makes the design a little harder to make out at first sight but I was really happy with how it turned out. (it looks like a bunch of heads when you squint your eyes)



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