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If you don't need to draw back into the area, you can also smooth out minor fuzziness (left after the scraping) by going over it with a CLEAN Prismacolor colorless blender. Jenny

On Tue, Jul 5, 2016 at 6:46 PM, Lore Ruttan <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
After carefully inking in some 1000 or so names on a piece of art for a capital campaign, my nib left a blob of ink on the very last thing, the title. Any thoughts on removing India Ink from watercolor paper? Mr. Clean doesn't work on India Ink. I'm thinking carefully scraping it off with a razor is the way to go but if anyone has a secret formula please let me know!

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Lore Ruttan, Ph.D.

Lore Ruttan Illustration

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