"Block Print checklist doc"
Relief Print Poster Checklist PROCESS The sketches do not need to be highly polished “finished” work but they should be complete, solving problems of placement and spacing and indicating color (exhibit fluency & elaboration). brainstorm list of at least 12 things that could be a poster four thumbnail sketches for four of the ideas on the list (one each of four different ideas) (can have color). at least six thumbnail sketches for possible layouts and images from one of the four ideas (must have color). one roughout full size of design (9” x 12”) colored in from which the stencils were cut. Xword Block print in an edition of Five All other prints that you made to get the edition but weren’t quite good enough to make the cut. PRODUCT The prints should be neat in appearance (no smudges or fingerprints in the border or image area), properly registered, and readable. o Block print in an edition of Five o All other prints that you made to get the edition but weren’t quite good enough to make the cut. o The prints should contain three colors (including the white of the paper) and be as identical as possible. o Prints are numbered, titled, signed, and dated, in pencil. The prints should fill the page and reflect compositional design concerns. Readability, simplicity, and open or negative space are major concerns for this art form. There should be a border around the print that is neat and free of fingerprints random smears of ink and smudges so that they would not be visible when the print is matted.