Here is what I've been working on lately. I am beginning to develop a technique with the brushes - suddenly the inking process is going much quicker. It took me a couple of hours, each, to ink my first two or three. I don't think it took me more than 45 minutes apiece on these. I really enjoy this process. I'm interested in your opinions, feedback, questions, etc., as always. Wildflowers - originally shot with Ilford SFX 200, no filter. This image was also shot with Ilford SFX, though I used a #25 red filter for an infrared effect. I was about 4 feet in front of it and used a wide angle lens for deliberate distortion. This film made it more challenging to bromoil, because of the increased contrast in the negative. I've hand painted this image before, it's called "Abandoned." Do I ever do any alternative process without dragging out this ship?? I have slides of this image I've used for SX-70 manipulation, transfers and lifts - and I almost forgot I had also shot this with HIE and a #25 red filter. Again, very contrasty negative. This one's called "Docked". Let me know what you think.