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Nosferatu Silkscreen Postcard 4x6 by JesseAcosta
Lon Chaney Wolfman Silkscreen Postcard by JesseAcosta
Bird-O 1 by ThomKinzel
Excolls_3 by Senecal
Relief Prints - Lino, Woodblock ect
Saitama ONE PUNCH MAN by Khaleesi777
Nocturne by Khaleesi777
Saint Commodity by Prilandiz
Alien Woodcut by Prilandiz
Monotype - One exact copy
Honey Bee SOLD by OrthrusPress
Crow by pierzyna
Desperate Aching Wonder by WitzendWanderer
Endurance II by WitzendWanderer
Intaglio - Etching, Engraving
Sun Kissed by ARlX
Come Into Being by Prilandiz
Never Let Go by Kyngdok
Three Kings by Kyngdok
Stencil - Silk Screen
Honey Comb by OrthrusPress
ANGLER 2 by LunaSurrectum
ANGLER by LunaSurrectum
Raven 4 by pierzyna
collagraph by Khaleesi777
Mielen sopukka by Jaona
Three is better than one by Jaona
witch by Sylwia25
Plug my Mind by Jaona
Rotta by Jaona
Prime, Choice + Select by honey-frog
Freckles by carolineisdead
The Angels by MisiasArt
Skeleton I by MisiasArt
Skeleton II by MisiasArt
+Nature+ by KaworuN
Digital Printmaking
feat shin flash the rock roller up fletch the dog by Raguamont-Lestrange
The voice of the snake (BW) [illustration] by OlegLevashov
Without Fog by OlegLevashov
Michael Angelo Batio [vector source] by OlegLevashov

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Melethiel90 Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2016  Student General Artist
Thank for accepting!!!
nei38 Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
Thank you for accepting me! :D
GeorgieDeeArt Featured By Owner May 5, 2015  Professional General Artist
Hey do you accept artist's books if they feature one or more of the printmaking styles that you accept here?
Avoice Featured By Owner May 6, 2015   General Artist
I dont see why not.  But it would be hard to categorize it.
GeorgieDeeArt Featured By Owner May 7, 2015  Professional General Artist
Yeah... Maybe make a separate folder? I don't want to be a paint though haha. Like an "other" folder?
Avoice Featured By Owner May 7, 2015   General Artist
Unfortunately, I am only a contributor.  I cant make a new folder...
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JackSephton Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
It might be unusual but I am currently doing digital lino cuts, here are three examples
Walt Jr (This is Bulls***!) [Breaking Bad] by JackSephton Playing Cards (Queen of Hearts) by JackSephton  Barn Owl Playing Card (Jack of Clubs) by JackSephton
I was just wondering if I can submit my work to the group or not? :)
Avoice Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2015   General Artist
Only if you cut the lino itself and used a printing press to print it.  I myself am not sure what you mean by digital lino cuts...
JackSephton Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Ok mine probably wont count then :P
Basically I scanned in/downloaded a selection of textures that imitate the line of a cut in a piece on lino and I use these lines in adobe illustrator to draw in the style of a lino cut.
Avoice Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2015   General Artist
Yeah,  I am sorry to say that doesn't really count.  Lino cut is actually a fun process, if you ever have a chance to do it, I would definitely suggest it.  
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