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    Peerless inks are good. I have used the color book for my RA4 prints, but I haven't tried the black and white stuff since I have a lifetime supply of Spotone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Davis View Post
    Peerless inks are good. I have used the color book for my RA4 prints, but I haven't tried the black and white stuff since I have a lifetime supply of Spotone.
    I assume that you are using the dry sheets? What is the process when using those?

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    I use the Peerless sheets these days. I simply snip off a small section of the sheet and put it into water in a watercolor tray, slosh it about until the color comes off, then let it dry. I then use it the same as I used to do with Spotone. I stumbled across some Spotone a couple years ago and have that in the tray as well. There really isn't much difference IMO. They both do the job.

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    OK, thanks for the reply Patrick.

    I think I'll order some next time I order from Freestyle and try it out. At least I know the gear won't dry out!

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