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An ideal surface for students and teachers to practice on, Blick Wonder-Cut Linoleum offers softness and consistency with no slippage.
Wonder-Cut linoleum is easier to cut than our softer Golden-Cut, yet holds sharp lines with no crumbles, for clear, sharp prints.
Pencil-drawn cut lines are easily visible on Wonder-Cut's light color — and a slower hardening process offers the longest shelf life of any Blick linoleum, ideal for classroom settings.
Wonder-Cut has a natural jute unmounted backing and measures ¼" thick.
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Did not perform well
Comments about Blick Wonder-Cut Linoleum:
Wonder-cut did not work well for my students. It was no easier to carve than battleship linoleum and it printed poorly. The surface is pitted (not smooth), which doesn't allow for an even inking and a consistent print. I would not recommend this product
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Truly Easy to Cut
By Addicted to fiber
from Washington State
I bought this by accident. I am a battleship grey kind of gal, and this falls short for fine lines. It is super fun and easy--almost like a fine grained cork. It is not annoyingly soft either, like the slippery white variety. I think this material is best-suited for a high school printmaking class.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
was apprehensive at first
from Libertytown, MD
Was mildly apprehensive when I first got this lino, however after a few lines were cut all of that disappeared. Seems to damage and loose small pieces less than the other linoleum available. As an added bonus it is extremely cost effective! Will be using this lino from now on.
Terrible for baren printing
This linoleum has given me the worst printing experience by far of all print matrices I've tried out. I've never had trouble with printing using a baren with any combination of materials I've tried but this lino has just been awful. Prints come out splotchy, have excess grain and require way more pressure to print to 90lb paper than I personally can apply to the page.
Merchant response: We're sorry to hear that this linoleum isn't printing well for you. Although the softer-cutting material has its advantages, the texture of the blocks makes it necessary to ink them rather heavily to get the best print. For a linoleum that's still softer than Battleship Gray but smoother than the Wonder-Cut, we suggest the Blick Golden-Cut Linoleum. One of our Customer Care Agents will be in touch to further assist you.
By Hunterdon Art Museum
from Clinton, NJ
We use these with kids and adult beginners and our students love these. Great value for the quality.
By KS Art
from Asheville, NC
This grade of linoleum is great for students. Will give detail and easy to work with.
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Love this stuff
I have used small and large pieces of this to make prints. It cuts easily and prints well. The nature of the material does give you some pits when you print but I like that and work that into my design. The only thing I am not a huge fan of is that the smaller pieces do warp a little. The large ones with more weight do not. Great product. I will use more in the future. Actually, I am using it today! Yay for art!
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kid and adult friendly
By sue the fun teacher
from gaithersburg Maryland
this product is great for teaching block printing. The material is easy to cut and the ink adheres well to it. I had a bandaide free year last year and I work with some younger kids.
By Teacher Tom
from Glendale, CA
The surface texture overpowers the image making ability of this product. Forget sharp, distinct prints. Everything has texture and the carving is crumbly and difficult. For students, the thin gray linoleum works well, it's just too rubbery when it comes to cutting edges. But you can transfer drawings so easily with those. The wonder cut, forget being able to see your drawings. You can barely transfer images onto them and the surface is so textured and dark, it's hard to see a drawing on it. BAD for anyone who actually cares about getting what they want from a linocut.
Merchant response: We are sorry to hear that Wondercut did not work out for you. One of our Product Experts would be happy to talk with you about our selection of carving surfaces. You can reach us at 1-800-933-2542. We are available M-F from 8:00am to 5:30pmCST.
By happy rat
from Dixon, NM
I use it to cut blanks for ceramic tile making, large scale. It is easy to cut and I love the coaser texture, linoleum was too perfect/hard edged. Very affordable! After a couple of years it does get dry. I noticed a big difference between the old roll and the new. The new is much softer and more flexible.
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