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Dear all,

this is a shameless self promotion.

I've added some more hand made mugs on my etsy shop!
Please visit here :)
www.etsy.com/shop/takiz1t

Thank you and have a wonderful week!

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Netdog

Artist | Professional | Traditional Art
United States
Born in Japan, live in the U.S.
Got my BFA degree with printmaking emphasis in CMU.
Working in Chicago.

Current Residence: Chicago, IL
Favourite style of art: Graphic, Manga, Printmaking, doodle, ceramics

Cyclist, loves food, drinks, coffee, live shows, art events
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tomeksz Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2014
Hello! 

Do you would like to feature my commission info 
in order to receive a feature La la la la of your commissions in return?

That would be awesome I am a dummy! 
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Netdog Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
hey, not sure what exactly you are talking about :/ ??
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monochromerain12 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2014
Your work is great and you like Nujabes! Great taste!
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Netdog Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
thank you!
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NaeDin Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I admire your prints, they're really lovely  :3    By the way, I tried to understand, how you make several layers of colour on prints, but couldn't.  Could you tell, please, where I can read about this technique?
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Netdog Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Nae, thank you for your feedback! There are couple ways of doing multiple layers on "relief print". What I usually do is I carve out a board a little, print with the lightest color, clean the board and do some additional carving and print, and finally finish up the carving and print with the darkest color (usually the line work). This is called reductive relief printing since you keep removing more from one board.

There is also a way of using multiple boards to carve for each colors. If you google "ukiyoe" (japanese traditional wood block printing) you can get a better idea.

Let me know if you have any more questions I'd love to help.
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NaeDin Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you very much for the answer!
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JonnyPenn Featured By Owner May 23, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Really great work. I just began to dabble with printmaking, so your work is inspiring.
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Netdog Featured By Owner May 26, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you!! I hope you enjoy your print class!
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LodeinArt Featured By Owner May 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hello Netdog! I am blown away by your works. I just want to add it all to my favourites! You are so talented and so inspiring. =)
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