It’s a day of relaxing brains after a evening event spent hosting the SJ potters guild at the Goodwin galley. I’m a bit frazzled. I can only imagine how Jess is doing. This afternoon she’s running a test on some laser cut plywood panel print blocks. I’m sitting back and lazily drawing, watching her working out of the corner of my eye.
Feeling noncommittal, mud apparently is the color of the day…
Jess’s experiment is having mixed results. It has a few hitches, but it looks like the premis of having the blocks lazier cut works just fine. Each of the three separate blocks took just 30 minutes to burn.
At this point they appear to be soaking up ink rather than printing, but that’s a workable problem. The shot above is 2 out of three blocks printed.