Reply To: Looking for lino cutting tools

kalom anderson jr

Your local art store will probably have enough for you to get started (speedball hand tool, ink, linos, paper. Its not always the highest quality but if youre looking to keep it cheap) i really like the flexcut interchangeable hand tool set, caligo safe wash inks, A nice big flat wooden soup spoon (i wouldnt really waste the money on a brayer to rub your prints down, i always go back to the spoon) and a hard or soft rolling brayer to roll your ink out. I built my jig and my palate is a piece of glass. I think thats it for the most part…as far as a basic set up

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