|Transferring the image and beginning carving.|
|Ink rolled out on block and first print pulled.|
|Multiple prints and the tools.|
When a print is signed, traditionally it is done in pencil, under the image. Limited editions are considered more valuable than open, or unlimited editions, just because there are only a limited amount of that print image. If it is a limited edition, in the left corner will be two numbers, the first number is the print number and the second number will tell you how large the edition is (e.g., "10/30" for the 10th print in an edition of 30).
Care for your print, as with all works of art on paper, should always be used. Keep your artwork out of direct sunlight and away from incandescent light, to keep your print from fading. And a moisture free environment is recommended, so that the paper does not get water damage from moisture that can collect under the glass in a frame.