Ingeborg Leeftink, from the Netherlands, is working on a series of ten colorful cat lino prints. One of her most recent prints is a reduction linocut with eight layers. In this YouTube video, Ingeborg, whose studio is called Borgart, shows how the individual layers build up to form the final image.
You’ll notice in the video that she uses the pin method of registering her prints to make sure that each layer is aligned correctly. The lino print image measures 19 x 19 cm and is part of a limited edition of 12 prints on Somerset 300 gsm paper. You can see more of Ingeborg’s work and process at her website and Etsy store.