This week, I decided to take a break from the linoleum print and turn my attention to the image design for my woodcut. My inspiration for the woodcut came from a photograph I took during a trip to south-central Pennsylvania. I chose this picture because I feel that the unique painted lettering will help to add an extra dimension to my print. Also, I am looking forward to experimenting with different ways of using the woodcut tools to carve the lines representing the sheet-metal roof on the structure. The final image for the woodcut is actually cropped out of the larger image. I decided to do this because it helped to simplify my print and focus the attention of the viewer onto the roof and lettering.