Explaination and Lecture

posted July 1st, 2012, 1:11 pm


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July 1st, 2012, 1:20 pm

Arisa102

Mouse Voice and Ink

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The entire time I was working on this page, I would look up at the very top picture of the 2 people crashing into each other, and I'd scream out No~!!!!! Yes, the entire time I was working on this, I was screaming no in a little mouse voice.

I used a new kind of ink with this page. ...It was a pain, but if it looks better than the other ink then I'll stick with it. I would really love it if someone would comment on which ink is better. Thanks~

@k64speed - Thank you for your opinion ^^

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July 7th, 2012, 12:41 am

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@shadowmaster403 It was a different type of ink. It seems to lay more on the paper. The other ink seemed to absorb into the paper more, making it blotchy. The bad part about the new is that when I try to ink large areas, it makes the paper pucker. It is darker, which is a good thing though. I wish i had used the new ink fro the uncoming page. It looks so blotchy now.
Edit: @shadowmaster403 Yes, it rippled. Using them together is a bad idea. They are two different brands with completely different characteristics (the biggest being the contrast difference.) The older ink is very light, while the new ink is dark. I prefer dark and smooth. Don't worry about it. I think I'll go with the new ink. I'll just have to practice enough so that I know how to use it without it puckering.

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July 7th, 2012, 12:37 am

shadowmaster403

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Was it a different type of ink or different style when you used it?

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July 7th, 2012, 10:01 am

Shadowmaster403 (Guest)

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The paper puckered? Does that mean it like, rippled? Or just felt thicker? Would you ever use the two inks together or would that mess everything up? Haha

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July 26th, 2012, 1:00 am

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I think I liked the other ink better... '~'

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