here) it is very detailed. And confusing, I might add. I made some changes along the way in what was cut and what was added. But now I am left with making sure my improvisations don't leave behind glaring cutting errors. Something Fishy was a whole lot easier to cut.
So my next decision was do I print orange next or a raw siena kind of color? And how much will printing a not totally opaque orange have when printing over aqua. When I mixed the two inks on the palatte, the white in the light blue made the orange turn coral. So I prepared four different oranges, one pure, one with a little red, one with a lot of red and the second with a little umber added to it. I needed a real test of printing on the actual print. And frankly, I was a little surprised by my results.
The orange was dulled only a little. They all came out a whole lot truer than I expected.