Finished up color two today. Here I am applying talc to the cloud area of the block before printing. Thanx to Patti Phare-Camp, it really went faster and was easier to control than blotting it on with a paper dauber.
It's always exciting when I lift the block and see what I've got. ;-]
Here they are all on the rack. I love my rack. 8-]
Color two (burnt sienna) doesn't vary as much as color one (a yellowy-orange meant to be yellow ochre), but they all work. So far (knock on wood!) I've only messed up a couple of prints. Both happened when the block slipped as I was peeling it off the print. I'll try a cuttle bone on the spots when they dry.
Next step: carve for color three. There won't be much of the block left. I'll have to switch to a smaller brayer to spot ink or I'll be talcing 'til the cows come home.