Not ceramics, but lithography this time

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Nothing like being all day working in a beautiful Exhaciebda Mexicana in art, Ahhhh, what a beautiful place..
You can see the whole story of “La Orduña” here.
http://laceibagrafica.org/ing/index10.html

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And having your father taking you to school every morning like when you were in elementary school… priceless

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At the lithography course I meet wonderful people, the teacher David and Josie help us a lot!!
The class was so complete that at the end we could do our own work… not with out a few accidents, but they let us work on our own..

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The most common mistake on lithography; not applying water on your stone every time when you are printing.. Your stone will absorb the ink and will get a stain on the empty places instead of the drawing.

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Lithography, so long process, but so enjoyable..
Here we are preparing the ink for douche, this is use on top of the stone like a watercolor instead of lithographic crayons.

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Arriving home, and drying my prints..

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