I spent all day today and yesterday teaching a monotype class to a group of ten spectacularly good students at Asheville BookWorks. (A monotype is a painting done on a metal or plexiglas plate, using rags and fingers, brushes and various improvised tools, and then passed through a printing press where the paint is offset onto paper.)
I needed to do some demos during the course of the weekend, so of course I used my recent drawings of P's goat as one of my subjects. This first print was a demo of printing without using the press but with finger-burnishing instead.
The second image is of one of the bestiary goats done very quickly using rags and fingers and a brush and then printed using an etching press.
This is done from a sketch of Jesse sleeping in his Jesse-colored fur bed, pretty abstract.