I'm in a class where we are learning three different forms of printmaking. This week was drypoint intaglio where we carved into a plexiglass plate, rubbed ink across the surface, wiped off excess ink, then printed onto paper with a press. The resulting image is almost always a surprise, with no two images ever exactly alike. The feathering of ink around the edges of lines is an appealing aspect of this method.
WiP - sketch
WiP - carved plexiglass
More about our instructor,Shin Minegishi, here