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middle.road

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So, Dykem Hi-Spot is good, no doubt, but oy, the mess.
Tom Lipton showed this stuff in one of his videos. A tad expensive stateside, but then I found a source in the UK - of all places. $20 for two w/shipping included.
Anyone else here tried it?

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Ulma Doctor

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yes, i have used it.
i was at a scraping class for one day.
Tom Lipton was there and he there was a surface plate using the blue pigment you have pictured.
it is a deeper blue than cannode ink and spots exceptionally well
 

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yes, i have used it.
i was at a scraping class for one day.
Tom Lipton was there and he there was a surface plate using the blue pigment you have pictured.
it is a deeper blue than cannode ink and spots exceptionally well
What are these spots you speak of? :grin:
I had planned on shop time from the middle of December through the holidays, in order to get the cross-slide scraped in and repaired with the help of your 'care package'.
I haven't had any shop time since the first week of December. :bang head:
Except that I did get Honey's Christmas present cut out and made up.
 

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The Canode stuff that Rich King uses is great to work with, washes off the hands nicely, unlike Prussian blue; I used to use red lead, and sometimes still do; yes I was tested for lead, and have none ----
 
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