While Dry Point is all about the burr, printing plates is about the application of ink. Practice (and experience) makes perfect, but how many prints can you produce in 2.5 hrs. Read the rest of this entry »
So like the post a fortnight ago I have been working through the geometry of joining columbus cubes to make a spherical body.
Here are a series of photos that take you through the process.
For someone who only got a D in their applied Maths A-level I’ve always been fascinated by geometry, topology and mathematical curiosites.
Last week I moved the last of my stuff out of storage. (anyone one want a two draw red file cabinet?)
This has given me access to all sorts of projects that have been on hold for a while. (some notes are dated 2008. (at least they are dated.))
I’ve been thinking on so many things that I’ve been struggling with my words. I’ve a number of big posts I’ve been trying to shape into something coherent over the last few weeks but no luck (luck! sheer hard work) yet. Probably because there are too many ideas in a single sentence.
So I wouldn’t be starting anything new, any time soon. Just trying to reinforce and regroup what i all ready know/do. Which is probably too much anyway.
Yet to let you know I haven’t disappeared completely into the August haze.