|A fun experiment!|
|Go more opaque or|
more translucent, as desired.
as smooth as possible.
I should have strained mine, but didn't,
and it turned out okay!
Next, I poured the now-fluid acrylic paint into a clean,
empty eyeglass cleaner spray bottle.
THE PROJECTDr. Ph. Martin's Bombay India inks come in many colors, in a convenient dropper-stopper glass bottle. These highly pigmented India inks not only remain lightfast and permanent, but are also totally waterproof when dry. The colors are brilliant and transparent (except black and white).
My support was white Yupo, which I first sprayed with clear water. Then I added violet India ink in places. While that was still wet, I sprayed my homemade liquid acrylic in some areas. Silly me, there wasn't enough difference in the two colors (duh), so I grabbed orange airbrush acrylic to add a few accents.
|I also splattered pure floor shine!|
I'll include this example, below, using Teal Bombay India ink diluted with water on Yupo. Then spattered with clear acrylic floor wax (the liquid). Then I used the ink bottle's dropper to add dark accents back in.
|The India ink is repelled by the acrylic wax!|