canada geese monoprint
More of the same… the approach is covering a perspex sheet with ink and then taking out negative shapes using different sizes of blade. Equivalent to using the gouge with a woodcut but a lot quicker/more direct.
I try to let things happen and let the early blocky shapes, that would be hard to read for an onlooker, dictate what happens next.
My aim is to leave more empty space but my tendency is always to fill the container…