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FELIX THE CAT - NEW SCREENPRINT

Posted by John Reynolds on

FELIX THE CAT WINKS - NEW SCREENPRINT These are my first prints to feature Felix the Cat, created in 1919, and still one of the most important cartoon characters ever devised. I'm very pleased how these have turned out ... but as you can see, have experimented with the best way to print the image. I've produced a two-colour version, and two monochrome ones, one of which is on red paper. Which do you prefer? Please let me know in the comments below. #Felix #felixthecat #catart #cats #comicart #cartoon #art #Handmade #screenprinting #screenprint #londonhandmade #londonartist #madeinengland #retro

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BEHIND THE SCENES, PREPARING SCREENS

Posted by John Reynolds on

Production of screen stencils for large screenprints is now established in my pandemic-era studio.
Since the shutdown, access to commercial facilities has been impossible, so I've set up start-to-finish cleaning, coating and printing equipment in my flat in west London.
And here's me washing off unexposed light-sensitive emulsion from the screen to make a large print of Oor Wullie taking his bike out of the shed.

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FOCUS ON ALF TUPPER - THE RUNNER'S RUNNER

Posted by John jpr@thecomicartwebsite.com on

Alf Tupper, the Tough of the Track, was my favourite character in DC Thomson’s boys’ adventure comic The Victor. I have six separate images of the character, and you can see them here: https://thecomicartwebsite.com/?s=tupper&post_type=product Alf was hero to millions of British blokes who grew up in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. These included several generations […]

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