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THE BEAUTY OF THE BLANK SHEET

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Red ink drying on four torn sheets of cotton mould made paper, ready for the image of a classic comic character to be printed by hand upon it. Print-maker John Patrick Reynolds enjoys the red ink for its own sake. 

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Asterix and Obelix take a hike

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Asterix and Obelix are going for a stroll, with the hound Dogmatix. Handpulled screenprints, made in west London. 

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WIN A PRINT IN MY NEW ABSTRACT RANGE

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WIN A NEW SCREENPRINT WORTH £40
Competition ends Sunday at noon.

This week I'm giving away one of my new abstract designs: an unframed screenprint worth £40 each and you can even choose which one you want, from three possibles.

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BEHIND THE SCENES, PREPARING SCREENS

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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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WIN A SCREENPRINT WORTH £40

Posted by John jpr@thecomicartwebsite.com on

Competition ends Sunday, June 6, at noon. This week I'm giving away an unframed screenprint worth £40 each and you can even choose which one you want, from three possibles. The choice is from three prints I have recently screenprinted:1/ Desperate Dan dresses as a clown2/ Betty Boop in a red dress3/ Bash Street Kids urged not to despair To enter your name for the random draw, just respond to this post by emailing me at jpr@thecomicartwebsite.com with your choice of print. You have until SUNDAY AT NOON to enter. I will select the winner at random at that point...

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