Second, I've applied an initial wash of Winsor and Newton orange ink that is very thinned down, to all the white areas to help with visual definition. . .
This time, I apply another wash of orange ink, but straight from the bottle, the aim here is to dab the ink on so it pools more and starts to create the extra vibrant colour I'm looking for. . .
Here, I've applied another orange ink layer alongside bloodletter glaze whilst it is still wet. . .
Continuing on, this time I dabbed on more orange ink, followed by carroburg crimson into the recesses. . .