Messy Color™ Ink Blot Ltd Run

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Ink Blot Ltd Run (511510)<br />An intense transparent that color shifts between denim blue and purple.

An intense transparent that color shifts between denim blue and purple.




"Ink Blot is a super dense purple violet colour that would lend itself well to twistie making and teeny tiny layered dots over pale opaques." Read more at Kitbitz Art Glass’s blog. – Jolene Wolfe

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Messy Ink Blot and Effetre periwinkle
Kandice Seeber
Base of Ink Blot layered with dots of Effetre Dark Ivory and combinations of several Double Helix silver glasses
Darlene Collette
Messy Ink Blot Ltd Run
Gloria Sevey
Messy Ink Blot Ltd Run
Liz DeLuca

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“The subtle soft grey lilac in these beads is the Ink Blot. It makes a very pretty petal cane over white . . . the spacers look much darker than in the places where I have used it to make stripes and petals.” Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass’ blog.
Jolene Wolfe
"Ink Blot is a super dense purple violet colour that would lend itself well to twistie making and teeny tiny layered dots over pale opaques." Read more at Kitbitz Art Glass’s blog.
Jolene Wolfe
"Ink Blot is a limited run transparent color that is as close to navy blue as I have ever found. Ink Blot looks very saturated in rod form, and if you hold it up to the light, it is a dark purply blue color. However, when melted, worked and annealed, it loses all the purple and a lot of the saturation, and flirts with blue/grey and navy." Read more at Kandice's blog.
Kandice Seeber
"Ink Blot comes out of the kiln as a slatey, blue grey and not purple at all. We have from left to right, a self-coloured bead, over clear, over white, and self with a white-cored cane." Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"When you first hold this colour to the light, you see the most luscious shade of purple – almost a perfect match to Effetre Ink Blue! A dark and saturated shade of purple/blue that is intense and difficult to recognize as a ‘purple/blue’ unless diluted with clear or layered over white. As the glass cooled the colour shift was obvious turning the once purple beads to a dark ink like blue similar to squid ink and almost licorice in colour."
Liz DeLuca
"This one played tricks on me. In one light, I thought it was a long awaited purple but then in another light, it was gray then....it was something else in the flame. Whatever it is, it worked nicely with my silver colors. [here with TAG Tibet and Fire Lotus]"
Sue Stewart