Wood is difficult because it can split or splinter when you're trying to cut details. You have to be careful of the grain of the wood and know how to avoid all the wood carving pitfalls. I did have a couple of small split-outs with this but they aren't so obvious and perhaps they even attest to the fact that this is indeed a hand carving.
Since I ran this test print, I did go back and do some tweaking. Hopefully it's now ready for a print run. After I make all I want, I'll break or burn the carving to prevent any more from being printed.
Sorry for all the space around the actual print. I always leave a border to write the print #, my signature, etc. and in this case, the print was done on white paper.