The original cut morphed - from simple lines and curves to its current and more complex state. I printed on everything I could imagine during the cutting process - tissue paper, silk, commercial wrapping papers. For the purpose of demonstrating the process, I've used a different linocut (below) to show how Gulf Streams, and subsequently Oceania - My Home was created.
|Prepare silkscreen (tape then check against size of lino)|
|Prepare MX dyes with Manutex|
|Print to screen, allow to dry|
|First print pulling clear manutex over the dried print|
|Screen after 3 prints completed|