Last week’s flick featured some easy ways to make little books. Tonight’s flick shows the complex process used to produce a traditional ‘moku hanga’ or woodblock print. Some of the Japanese ukiyo-e prints produced this way originally appeared in books.
If you would like to try a simpler form of printmaking this weekend, you can find instructions for making potato prints here. (If you are old enough to handle a knife safely I would recommend using that instead of a paper clip!)