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Feedback Friday #4 with Biohue Inks - Shared screen with speaker view
Heidi Iverson
19:51
that’s awesome. I missed that one
Amy DuFault
22:30
Let me know if you have questions for Judi!
Linda Babin
24:01
Will you go into charcoal further?
Amy DuFault
24:29
I’ll ask!
Anna Lukala
25:58
Is there a rule of thumb, what plants can be dried and which plant’s pigment don’t really survive the drying process and should be used fresh? Thanks
Leah Koransky
26:48
What are some of the most lightfast plant pigments that have vibrant colors?
Amy DuFault
26:57
on it :)
Leah Koransky
27:10
Sweet thanks!!
Anna Lukala
27:51
Yes perfect thanks
Jean Brennan
29:44
What was the mushroom Judi mentioned?
Leah Koransky
30:02
Thanks!!
Kathy Hattori
30:32
Pisolithus is the mushroom innk
Heidi Iverson
30:42
When I was using madder the ink kept changing to to black. Is there a way to stabilize that. I figured it was a paper ph issue
Jean Brennan
30:44
Thank you!
Kathy Hattori
31:17
Yes - “acid-free” means “alkaline”. Maybe an acid wash on the paper first?
Amy DuFault
32:11
https://botanicalcolors.com/shop/gifts/the-art-and-science-of-natural-dyes-principles-experiments-and-results/
Amy DuFault
32:15
that book!
Leah Koransky
32:39
Milk mordant?!
Amy DuFault
32:47
Mooooo
Heidi Iverson
32:59
i still had the issue with acid free. Not as bad but still shifted
Amy DuFault
33:15
I see your questions Heidi!
Leah Koransky
34:23
Milk is for mordant? And/or binder?
ola
34:28
Can we use milk from the store?
Aleksandra Azbel
35:37
Do you work on dry fabric? Does the temperature of the fabric matter?
Kesiena Onosigho
36:31
What types of paper works best with your inks?
Heidi Iverson
38:41
Nope. i added backing soda and it helped. I tried different brushes. And 4 kinds of paper. a friend said it might have to do with the binders in the paper. I’ll try to find that paper
Amy DuFault
39:00
Sounds good Heidi
Amy DuFault
39:14
Did Judi answer enough for you though?
Lana DeAngelis
39:15
natural ink beginner question here: for paper applications, what materials would you recommend for creating a good toolkit to get started and start to play?
Heidi Iverson
39:30
what Kathy is saying sounds like what was happening to me
Amy DuFault
39:36
Gotcha Lana
Lana DeAngelis
39:40
thanks amy!
Lana DeAngelis
40:46
both i suppose...
Jill Overbaugh
40:49
Making
Lana DeAngelis
40:50
but making really
Lise Linnert
41:20
Very interested in making my own ink
Kesiena Onosigho
41:26
thanks my question was answered about paper :)
Amy DuFault
41:59
Ok Kesiana :)
Anya Char
43:27
Judi, what substitute would you recommend for thyme/ clove / peppermint oil as preservatives when using as ink on paper?
Vero
43:46
what does the thyme or clove make to the ink?
Lise Linnert
45:04
Could you talk a little bit about thickening the ink?
Carla Mayer
45:31
can u use other substances with them for effects like how you can use salt or alcohol with silk dyes to get special effects
Amy DuFault
46:12
See your questions Lisa and Carla!
Brece Honeycutt
48:39
was just using Judi’s indigo this morning! So beautiful.
Brece Honeycutt
48:55
Does Judi still sell them in cakes?
Jennifer Bissonnette
50:13
can you put link to site in this chat?
Amy DuFault
51:25
https://botanicalcolors.com/product-category/ink/
Amy DuFault
51:28
inks!
Jennifer Bissonnette
51:35
thank you!
Amy DuFault
51:41
you got it sister!
Carla Mayer
52:54
can u give the author of the natural colourants book?
Carla Mayer
53:24
maybe list the books we discussed today would be great too
Amy DuFault
53:32
will do
Amy DuFault
53:42
hoping Kathy is going to see this and answer
Amy DuFault
55:36
putting together a list for you all post Zoom for resources
Kathy Hattori
56:03
Natural Colorants for Dyeing and Lake Pigments by Jo Kirby, Maarten van Bommel and Andre Verhecken
Lise Linnert
57:41
To have the thickening will that help on light fastening?
Laura Berkowitz Gilbert
59:00
I’m surrounded by so much beautiful forsythia - can that be turned into an ink?
Amy DuFault
01:00:11
any other questions??
Amy DuFault
01:00:20
I see all of you looking so studious!
Anya Char
01:00:57
What is that beautiful coralish color behind Judi!
Jean Brennan
01:01:02
Can you talk about your use of beeswax or soy wax with your paints? When you use them and what you achieve with wax additions?
Petra Holmberg
01:01:25
Is it the chestnut bark or nut you mean? and which species of chestnut exactly? I have not succeded with the nut myslef (no color almost).
ola
01:01:33
I have a question about the milk. Can it be store bought milk? Ive read once it needs to be straight from the farmer ;)
Anya Char
01:01:52
Wooow! thank you!
Heidi Iverson
01:03:47
If you protect the art with uv glass does that help?
LINDA Magdalena Jonsson
01:08:14
can I buy any of those ink colors in Europe?
Aleksandra Azbel
01:09:15
I can confirm that the husk contains so much tannin that it stains your fingers immediately
Carla Mayer
01:09:24
what Sasha book is that?
Carla Mayer
01:11:52
how do u spell Graham’s last name?
Amy DuFault
01:11:58
Keegan
Crescent Calimpong
01:12:14
thank you so much!
Kathy Hattori
01:12:15
Graham Keegan
Leah Koransky
01:12:16
Thank you Judi!!! And Kathy and Amy
Dora Mugerwa
01:12:18
Thank you so much for this!
Jennifer Bissonnette
01:12:35
Thank you all - this was wonderful!
Vero
01:12:48
thank you !!!
Anna Lukala
01:12:55
Thank you! Lovely session!
Lana DeAngelis
01:13:11
thank you!!
Penny Van Kirk
01:13:18
Thank you so much!
Petra Holmberg
01:14:21
Thanks a LOT!
Jennifer Bissonnette
01:14:35
Do you post the recordings?
Brece Honeycutt
01:14:38
Thank you So much!