I've gotten vastly behind in my weekly printing posting duties, so I'm just going to pretend I'm not and resume now.
This is a lithograph drawn and printed for the print survey class's litho demo.
Everyone in the class drew on the stone for the lithography demo, and we used litho crayons, litho pencils, rubbing compound, stopping out with gum arabic, and spray paint. It was started with a drawing by Tyler Ferrera, who is the resident litho expert at CSULB and he was in charge of showing the class how to do all of the finicky stuff required by litho. I was largely in charge of retrieving stuff and tearing down paper.