This image is of Perceval in the forest with the swan he has just shot in his ignorance; the blood drops onto a nest of vipers.
These are two bad girls in the forest, a reference to Wagners flower maidens in the second act of his opera.
Here are some woodpeckers in faintly sinister consultation.
And here is a Grail-bearing Maiden, together with a knight-setting-out taken from a famous illuminated MSS.
I think I finished about 7 images in all and exhibited them alongside other woodcuts in the Star Gallery; then got side tracked by other books and the realisation that I was getting severely allergic to the formaldehyde in the glue in the plywood ( I am now trying some new friendly Japanese plywood but it is not nearly as nice as my rough old stuff...and doesn't come in hugely big sheets...).
I hope to get back to re-forging all this into a Book next year - a big project, may take a little time! but I am looking forward to it.
At present..... back to something to celebrate Blake's 250th, and the Falcon Bride.