Perhaps not the kind you are thinking of...or maybe so.... :o) If the first thing that comes to your mind is alcohol inks, that's what I'm talking about. I made this inky scene using techniques I learned from Cathy Taylor and June Rollins, as well as experimenting myself.
I also spent some time making a color wheel with the Adirondack colors I have. Since I took a color theory class with Jacqueline Newbold , I've been making color wheels for all my stuff. :o) August was an education month for me!
To make my color wheel, I lined my colors up to match the store bought color wheel I have and then added a drop of the closest color to a piece of Yupo paper, which spread a little or a lot depending on the properties of the color. I also made lines of color in order of the color wheel and allowed them to blend naturally. You'll see in the photo where I realized there was a better match for green. I made a note on the page, there was no way I was starting over. :o)
To see details of how I made my Spectrum Noir color wheel, click here. I made my Copic ink color wheel the same way. I used Adirondack inks and 91% alcohol on Yupo paper for the scene.
Take care and STAY POSITIVE!