Since I haven't been teaching since the pandemic began, I thought I should use my printmaking supplies before the lino becomes brittle and the ink dries out. I started by trying out a heart that I carved several years ago using Speedball Speedy Carve for a project that my daughter requested for a project. Her bustle dress was inspired by BBC's Ripper Street and she called it the Frankenstein Dress as an anatomical heart is on the cover of her copy of Mary Shelley's novel (see more photos of her dress here). I find the softness of Speedy Carve easier to carve and print than lino but I just can't get the same detail with it. We'll see how this goes.