8 responses to “How To: Reduction Linoleum Block Print”

  1. Nick

    Thanks Diane! Great tutorial.

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  3. Jodi

    Awesome “how-to” I always wondered how this was done, now I know. Excellent instruction.

  4. victoria o'neill

    wow, never even thought of using linoleum carving for more than one color….can’t wait to make one……..fantastic tutorial, great pictures….my favorite part? the finished piece.

  5. genevieve

    Embarressingly I have all the supplies because I love block prints…and they are sitting in a box unused. Your tutorial will give me a great start – thank you!

  6. nick

    if anyone does this tutorial, let us know. take pictures and we’ll do a follow up post! email me or tweet me @handmadeinpa

  7. Emily K.

    Nice tutorial. I am getting back into linoleum block printing and thinking about trying reduction, which I enjoyed with silkscreen. I am curious, what brand oil-based ink do you use?

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