Wow, where to start.
Wood is a mystery block of wood I picked up at a woodworking show, not quite sure what it is. Carves like oak with no grain.
Paper is Rives, some lightweight and some heavyweight.
Ink is Speedball with extender.
I don't know whether to call this a white line print, a reduction block print or a poor imitation of a hanga print using Speedball.
After experimenting with Speedball, I found that I could use the extender much like paste, allowing me to create a water color type technique. Since I found it almost impossible to carve since the surgery and neck brace, I decided to carve only the white lines and let the ink and process do all the rest.