I have two reinkers, sealed in the plastic shrink wrap around the bottles, for pads that I no longer have. I'm not sure the brand (ColorBox) even still exists, so I'm pretty sure the pads couldn't be replaced. Because the bottles are still sealed, I imagine that the ink is still liquid.
I think it's dye inks that can used for watercolor painting, not pigment.
Could these be used for ink blending, maybe putting a little onto an acrylic block or even a piece of sponge to pick it up with a brush or blender?
I know I could buy empty/blank pads for them or even just toss them, since even if still liquid, they are decades old. Sunk costs are very, very small and very, very sunk
Green and lilac. Although almost as soon as I posted I took another look at the lilac and it looks separated.
Thanks for the video. I decided that the spatter technique was the most expedient experiment to test for viability. Used not only one reinker but also one of the tubes of watercolor of the same vintage.
Five things in the garbage. And given all the shopping I've been doing lately, I can really use the space anyway....