I have one nice print of this drypoint plate, made while working on my degree in college a few years ago. I do like it! At the time there wasn't much time to make an edition so I thought I'd work on the plate a bit now and print it. A drypoint print is made from a plate which is metal or plastic where special tools such as roulettes or needles have made textures and lines through scratching. I'll show you the process. Mine is a thick acrylic plate but you can use a thinner acrylic plastic sheet. I beveled the edges with a sander to prevent any sharp edges from damaging the press blankets. I'm anxious to see if I can get a good print!