Engraving Art with Royal & Langnickel

I have always loved being creative, for me it is such a great way to relax. I was scrolling online and found different engraving arts and thought this would be the perfect activity to try. I was looking for something that would be a fun break from studying and this was perfect.

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I ordered this particular one from Amazon, but I have seen them on the Range’s website also. This brand is Royal & Langnickel but there are other brands as well. Royal and Langnickel have a great range of subjects on Amazon. I chose the Tiger and cubs as I thought it would make a cute picture, they are such beautiful animals. Within the pack you are given your print, the scraping tool and a small test piece. The test piece allows you to practice different strokes. Using the side of the tool gives larger strokes and the tip gives finer lines for detail.

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I found this so therapeutic, focusing on all the detail. Looking how beautiful the Tiger looks!

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IMG_1442I love when it starts to form, the beauty of an activity like this is you can do it all at the same time, or complete it in stages. I finished this in 3 evenings, as I used it as a fun break from studying.

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I enjoyed completing this engraving art, I am definitely going to buy some more. Have you ever tried engraving art before? I’d love to hear in the comments.

 

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  1. These have been around some time and something I have always wanted to try, but never got round to. They look really nice.
    I would have picked something in an animal line, if I was having a go.

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  2. I have tried engraving art before-it was really fun and I loved it! I still do it from time to time, but not as much as I would like to. Its a really nice way to pass the time, and the pictures you can make are super pretty! 🙂 I love the tiger you made. ❤

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    1. I did it in stages as a means for a break
      From studying but that’s the great thing, you can do little bits at a time. I would recommend trying them out. So relaxing! Thank you for reading and commenting Lisa xxx

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  3. Aw love this! I used to always do this as a child and have now introduced my own children to them. However, they arent just for kids, like you say they are a great way to relax – I think Im going to have to treat myself!

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  4. Omg Lauren this is beautiful 😮 I can only imagine the patience this took to ensure the precision. Must have been very therapeutic too. Lol I remember doing block printing at school so I know the process only thing I don’t miss is trying to transfer the paint to paper. Great post hun! 🎨💕

    xx Lena | https://lenadeexo.com

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    1. Thank you so much, it takes time, but it’s so worth it when you see the end result. Was definitely a welcomed break from studying! Aww that’s so cool. Used to love being able to draw and colour etc in art! Thank you for reading and commenting Lena ❤️xx

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  5. I thought i hadn’t heard of it but now that I see it and read about it I actually remember this from art class! This was one of my favorite things to do. It’s a good pastime for sure. Thanks for sharing Lauren! xx

    Geraldine | https://geraldinetalks.com

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  6. This is great! I remember doing loads of these in my teens but haven’t done any in years! You made me want to have another go 😃

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  7. It looks so lovely! The colour really works well with the tiger design. I used to absolutely love these when I was young and this just makes me want to do them all over again. 🙂

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  8. This is such a lovely design, my mum loves tigers so I’m thinking about doing one for her. Hopefully a silver one as white tigers are her favourite breed. I’ve done one before which was a dolphin and found it so relaxing.

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