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“As is” photography. Ink & pigment in oil & water in a shallow glass container.
Inspired by an ink challenge.
By Lacey Scarbro, Louisiana.
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I love the glittering green in this. Did you add some oil to this concoction, or are those water bubbles?
The green is metallic paint pigment!And, yes, I almost always use a bit of oil, because I feel like it gives me more control over the ink!And I LOVE the orbs in the photos, but they rise a tiny bit slower than water bubbles…ALSO, it would occasionally (shown here) encase some of the pigment.But it was pretty much a crap-shoot, bc I could not figure out a “sure-fire” way to contain the pigment. I tried it many different ways & when it would work (like here), I’d repeat the same steps, but never had control over what was ultimately achieved!I have SO many more, but I like to play with them. These are mostly NOT altered! (Only cropped or slightly contrast curved.)This one is as is, other than cropped. …AND thank you so much!
– Lacey Scarbro
very cool shot! It also reminds me of a dancer or a satyr
Very cool!Thanks so much!I can see that too now also! ;)