A reduction print from my art class last year. This was the best out of a series of six total prints. (I did not deem the others worthy of being posted. xD ) The colors are actually represented pretty accurately, with the exception of the metallic effect of the gold ink being lost. The colors were printed in the order blue, turquoise, red, black, gold.
Random info on the subject matter:
The qilin (or qirin) is a Chinese mythological creature, typically depicted with the head and scales of a dragon, the body of a horse or a deer, the hooves of an ox, the tail of a lion, and some kind of horns or antlers. It is often shown as wreathed in fire. In Japan it is called kirin/kilin, and in Korea, girin/gilin. It was one of the most revered mythical animals throughout East Asian cultures, along with the dragon and the phoenix.
My qilin here is sort of a mix between the Chinese version, which is usually more dragon-like, and the Japanese/Korean version, which tends to be more horse/deer-like.
Ink on paper. (Done with a rubber block, not a linoleum one... but there was no "rubber block" category. Whatever.)