Saturday, September 10, 2011

Not everything is sculpture

That's my first woodcut, made during my third year of Fine Arts. I had a previous experience with engraved impressions in school, but during that year I started to work on it seriously.

As drawing or painting or photography aren't my strong points, I find that engraving it's the best way for me to work on proyects that aren't sculpture ones, it's the best way for me to create images.

Between all the engraving techniques, I like more to work with woodcut or wood carving, as I rather make images with high contrasts and planes than making lines or tones

This woodcut was chosen for an impression exposition of several carving students wich took place in Madrid in the spring of 2010

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