We are challenging you to do some printmaking and create a series lino prints during the month of November. Your lino prints can be daily or weekly creations depending on the time you have available.
And if you don’t have all the kit for lino printing, try experimenting with other materials! You could try sticking textured material onto card and printing with that, or carving a pattern into a potato and using an ink pad… There are no end of creative ways to improvise!
Tips to make things a little more manageable
- Have some ideas planned in advance
- Organise your materials in advance
- Choose a theme for your lino prints
Ideas to make your lino prints a little more interesting
- Try creating a multi-colour lino print
- You could print onto coloured or textured papers or even onto fabric
At the end of the month, why not make a little video (up to three minutes long) of your lino prints and send it to us? Or just email us some of your favourite ones. With your permission, we may even feature your work on our site
We can not wait to see your lino prints!
And if you know any other creatives who might also enjoy this challenge, why not encourage them to have a go!
Other November Challenges
Introducing our challenge ‘Kick Collage’. We are challenging you to experiment with collage in your work every day throughout November. You can complete the entire piece of art using images you’ve cut or torn. Alternatively, draw or paint over collage.
“Quick Kicks” are our monthly creative challenges that you can complete in 15 minutes or less per day. For ‘Quick Kick November’ we are challenging you to draw with a brush and ink/paint WITHOUT using a pen or pencil first, every day throughout the month.
#NaNonFiWriMo is a challenged hosted at www.writenonfictionnow.com Also known as WNFIN (Write Non-fiction in November), you are challenged to start and complete a work of non-fiction during the 30 days of November. So, pick up that pen and get writing!
NaNoWriMo is a challenged hosted at www.nanowrimo.org Have you always wanted to write a novel, but have just never got around to it? You are challenged to write a 50,000 word novel (first draft, ready to edit) by 11.59pm on November the 30th. That’s 1,667 words per day!