You can see an example of easy inking with a white space here. The Direction block shown in the video measures 4.5" wide and a bit over 7" tall. The Babalon block is significantly larger at 12" by 12". Size definitely makes a difference when it comes to the difficulty of inking and printing. Smaller blocks are generally easier though yesterday's printing session was a great reminder of how different pieces of the "same" wood are.
I worked with 6 blocks of the same thickness and size, 7.5" x 7.5" which is in what I consider the "easy" range. All were carved in a similar manner, and each still had its own unique character. 3 printed well quite easily, but the other 3 required a little more finessing to ink consistently. All eventually yielded excellent prints, as I hope the other 11 blocks I am scheduled to print this week will!