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Tutor profile: Cassie S.

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Cassie S.
BFA, Fine Arts Major // Printmaking & Bookarts
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Subject: Psychology

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Question:

Why use a Rorschach test?

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Cassie S.
Answer:

Well, the test is very popular. The original test was created in the 1920s by a Swiss psychologist, Hermann Rorschach. It is typically used in psychological testing wherein the participant or patient is asked to identify "what they see" on cards with symmetrical inkblots (some monochromatic, some multicolored). The test is sometimes used for patients who are reluctant to discuss issues, who then project their feelings onto the cards, showing aspects of their personality structure.

Subject: Graphic Design

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Why is my paper sticking to my copper plate? I am printing an etching, and ran it through the press...now my paper is flaking off when I try to pull a print...why is this happening!??

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Answer:

It is most likely a combination of paper that is too dry and ink that is not mixed at the right viscosity. The ink is most likely mixed too loosely, with too much oil, and the paper probably dried out too much before you tried to print, resulting in your problem.

Subject: Art History

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Where were the first woodblock prints created?

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The earliest examples of woodblock printing showed up in Eastern Asia, China to be exact, around 220 A.D.. This particular printing technique was widely used into the 19th century throughout China. 'Ukiyo-e' is a very well known type of Japanese woodblock cut to make the traditional Asian fine art print.

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