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Mr. Fayer's Guide to Lino Printing
Mr Fayers the Art teacher gives us a step-by-step guide to Lino printing!
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Mr Fayers the Art teacher tells us how to do some Lino printing, with cleverly designed Lego paint rollers, ink pots, lino cutting tools, tables, pens, and, of course, Lino. In no particular order, here are some of the pics...


Mr Fayers puts the Bench Hook onto the table. Careful now!


Mr Fayers pours some ink onto the glass pane, being cautious as ink can stain his clothes. Gosh!


Mr Fayers rolls the ink onto the Lino with a roller. Make sure to get it all around the Lino, Mr Fayers. We wouldn't want to screw it up now, would we?


Mr Fayers uses a dry roller to press the Lino onto the piece of paper. No comment.


After a hard day's work, Mr Fayers takes a sip of tea/coffee/stimulant and looks at a pile of all the equipment he has used. Still life, anyone..?



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John .
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masterchief 1
  January 3, 2009
As ever exallant build and photos!
 
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