The first plate was carved as line work using a photograph as a reference image
A simple right angle jig was created from greyboard with paper stops. The first plate was inked and printed on to tracing paper which had been taped to the stops to create a transfer sheet.
A fresh sheet of lino replaced the first plate and the image transferred from the sheet of tracing paper to provide a template. This ensured the accuracy of the second printing plate. The remains of the transferred image can still be seen on the carved plate for the block colour.
By using the jig to position both lino and paper the print can be consistently registered for multiple passes and colours