I had a load of steel cut into small lengths and laid about 30 of them on my huge glass table in my print room, and saw immediately that the plates were calling out for a large abstract landscape printed in wild colours. So I prepared and grounded the plates, drew the image and then etched the line. Then working on each individual plate I worked tone into the plate and then left the plates in strong acid over night to see if I could get some erratic erosion.
When I came in the next day I cleaned off the plates and printed them all and I was so pleased with the results. There is only 2 left from that print session so if anyone wants any more I will have to print again!