Thread: Ink as a paint?
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Old 07-13-2019, 04:23 PM
cwilliamson cwilliamson is offline
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Re: Ink as a paint?

Thanks Oldie, I do enjoy it and will continue. I think I enjoy it more than watercolor work which is surprising. Artmarkie, I think what I like most is when I've put a layer down and I dry it it stays put since it's acrylic and I can add another wash over it without fear of lifting the previous layers. I've been using the Dr. PH Martin Bombay inks though I really like the W&N inks because they are transparent but unfortunately they are't color fast so make it, scan it, and print it so I'll stick with the Martin ones for now I guess.

Clark

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