Lepurberus edition of 4
First project, which took for freaking ever. I think I printed 5 weeks into the class. This was all done in tusche crayon.
And Then the Forest Began to Sing edition of 4
This was the project I was excited about, the liquid tusche. It paints like a dream and oh man the texture you can get from the reticulations is gorgeous. Anyways this was a experiment of happy accidents. I over etched the hell out of this thing. One pass and it was black. Plus the conte crayon was too thick when I drew the houses and clouds and it left a white outline that looks like they were backlit.
"The Devil You Think You Know" Artist proof
Oh hello problem child. I had a total Fuck Yeah Art Student Owl moment with this little bitch. Drawing goes perfect, colored in relative speed. One day before final portfolio due: Colossal clusterfuck. I forgot some pretty crucial steps. Lesson here: don't rush. Anyways so the only decent print was a artist proof. I love the image and how it was going to turn out so I'll try again soon. Next time I'm going to stain the paper before I print.
"Cast From Eden" edition of 6
So at the beginning of the semester I discovered that you could buy a pack of 30 polyester plates for relatively cheap at dickblick and print in an etching press. Oh Yes. A safety net. Anyways this has been printed on watercolor paper and will be hand painted.