Reduction print of a Greylag Goose

I’ve been getting back into printing again after a few months of drawing instead. I’ve really missed it!! Although my right hand is aching like mad, it is so addictive and I can’t wait for the colours to dry so I can apply the next one.

Here’s my progress so far on this goose that I photographed at Rufford Abbey in Nottinghamshire a few weeks ago. I’ll post again in a few days time when I’ve done some more, or maybe even finished the edition.

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  1. Looks great so far. I would love to try a simple reduction print sometime but would need a bit less chaos on the home front I think if I stand any chance of making it work.

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    1. Thanks Laura! Hey, you should go for it and try a reduction print. The good thing is that you can do a bit then think about it and come back to it. Although you are right, it isn’t the sort of thing you can do amidst chaos!

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