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Old 10-28-2019, 10:12 AM   #1
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Default Wendy Vecchi Blendable Dye Ink

I'm interested in Wendy Vecchi's Make Art blendable dye ink pads. Have you used them? Do you like them? Any info or opinions would be appreciated. I haven't seen much online. Thanks!
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I have one that came as a freebie, I like it & use it with my Distress Inks. Here's some videos:

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Wendy Vecchi Shading Stamps Technique

Wendy Vecchi Uses the Ranger Detail Blending Tools

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It is interesting that she does not mention we can WC paint with them since they are water based. That would be a huge difference from archival.
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