What I enjoy about working with Lino cut is that you can easily go wrong, and that’s what makes it so satisfying. It takes a lot of concentration because once its cut then that’s it! I can’t stick it back down again. Don’t get me wrong I can work around minor mistakes to correct them to some extent. But it is the tiny imperfections which give my work a handmade feel and I think that is what I like about the process the best, that you can see my hand in the work. For me that is the main difference between my work and an artist working in just digital. Too often all the rough edges get airbrushed out using digital.