Here's how they came out:
Hopefully whoever receives them won't mind the goofy dimensions!
While I still had a wet block, I went ahead and made a more formal edition of prints as well. I printed these on a natural Stonehenge paper.
I loved using that Resingrave block. I have messed with a lot of the composite (non-linoleum) block surfaces, but so many of them break down or pull weird. I could use a Dremel on it for textural effects and still retain nice edges where I wanted them. Those blocks cost double what the normal ones do, but it's worth it for the quality. Plus, they ink amazingly!
I decided to name it "Omnia Mors Aequat" as a sort of reference to the original print I used this block for, which has a "frame" linocut that this block fits into, and has a space in the bottom of the image for letterpress. The letterpress part quotes an old Memento Mori medieval poem which says, "Omnia mors perimit et nulli miseretur."
Anywho... the edition prints are available in the Shop if ya want one!