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Unread 11-21-2012, 05:12 AM   #35
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All the pads were almost brand new - I am only now starting to venture beyond SU inks. I've used each of them successfully on regular CS, so I know they weren't dry.

I do think India Ink is a great black, but I just could not get it to register well on watercolor paper. Or at least the paper I had on hand.

No doubt this will be an ongoing experiment and I play with different papers.

I'll have to try the embossing, Beverly. Although I'm finding the Versafine very black on its own.

Here's a question - I know from my Creative Chemistry 101 Course with Tim Holtz that Ranger Archival Ink can be used as a resist with Distress Inks (or any dye inks). You can stamp with it and then use DI over it and it will resist it and not be affected. Since Versafine is also oil based, can it be used the same way? Has anyone done it?
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