This page is 48" x 24" and is several prints on paper made with the Amate Bark Process. This is a several day process, but the results are always beautiful and full of texture. I used Kozo Fiber from Japan. The picture below are the 2 full panel used, you can see one has more holes in the surface then the other.
A cursory look at the process goes like this: soak the fibers overnight. Boil the fiber and transfer it to a crock pot to simmer between 8 to 12 hours. Layer the bark horizonally and vertically and again, depending on the thickness wanted. Then pound together with a smooth rock and let it dry. Coat with the inkAID precoat of choice. Let dry again and print from a carrier sheet.
Detail pictures appear on my kathyannewhite texture blog.