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.


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.


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


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.



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.









48 thoughts on “Engraving Art with Royal & Langnickel

  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.

  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. <3

  3. Ah, this looks lovely, what a beautiful piece of artwork you’ve created, Lauren. I have to say I don’t think I’d have the patience to do something like this but I can see how therapeutic it must be! Xx

    Lisa | http://www.lisasnotebook.com

    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

  4. 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

  5. This brought up memories for me! I used to do these all the time and then just forgot about these but now I need to get myself one! Love this x

  6. I haven’t heard of engraving art. It piqued my curiosity. I will be looking into this. The tiger is so beautiful. I think this would be very relaxing.

  7. What a great way to get creative! Love this! I’m going to have to try this one of these days!

  8. 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 😃

  9. 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. 🙂

  10. 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.

  11. I used to love doing these. I had a penguin one a few years back that I picked up at Newquay Zoo; I really don’t know what I did with it to be honest.

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