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Old 07-14-2019, 06:51 AM   #23
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Originally Posted by grateful2bsaved View Post
Wait, what? VersaFine isn't compatible with Copics?! No, it has to be. That's a main reason I use that ink as my go-to ink. It works with Copics, plus I can also emboss with it and the black is a wonderful shade. I could swear I've colored images stamped with it. (I only use Copics or SU Blends to color, 'cause I stink at coloring and they make my coloring passable at least.)


>>>>>>>>>One hour or more after my last sentence ... come to think of it, MAYBE it doesn't. I'm realizing I almost always emboss my images with clear EP. I recently stamped some without embossing, but I had DD color those for me. She's been coloring for me since she was in middle school, and she'll be 20 this month, so I'm almost positive she wouldn't tolerate a smeared image. I have to go investigate and check for myself. It will make me nuts until I know for sure. To be continued...
Specifically it's the VersaFine Clair ink that isn't compatible with Copics.
As everyone has mentioned, it's an awesome ink for crisp sentiments. Plus, it's a good one for watercoloring.
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