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Old 08-12-2012, 01:05 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by SophieLaFontaine View Post
Now I would like to try Versafine. I read that you can watercolour over it, and that it is an oil-based pigment ink.
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Will it work with Copics??
I mean, it also says I can "marker over" it, but is that water-based markers AND alcohol-based markers??
Oh Sophie, you'll love Versafine, it's fab for watercolouring. It stamps well on watercolour paper, too . I know it depends a bit on the stamp too, but I'm always amazed at how perfectly the fine detail of the Stampavie stamps come out. I use the Sepia and the Smokey Grey quite a lot as well as the Onyx Black.
As other's have mentioned, it's not recommended for Copics, but if Bugga can work it I'm sure you could too. I'd agree that Memento isn't as vibrant a black at all.
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