Here's a quick way to transfer lines to wood and very cheap in the long
run because if you keep the caps on artist's oil paint tubes they will
last for years and years.
Put a rag on your finger and rub oil paint directly from the tube on the
back of the paper-just behind where the lines are.
Rub it on and then smooth it with a rag until it feels dry to the touch.
A matter of seconds.
Lay the paper on the wood- oil paint side down-and trace over your lines
with a pencil. You don't have to press hard.
A cheaper tube of "student grade" oil paint will cost about $3.00. A
bargain in cost as well as time and effort if you plan to do much
tracing over the coming years.
I'll put a photo on the binary pape.