Perhaps you don’t think of Q tips in a Visual Artist’s tool bag. There are substances you don’t need to check the smell. The phrase “off gassing” should be avoided when using, alcohol, paint thinner, adhesive removers, etc. As a painter using Gouache, a thicker water based paint, I use Q tips for spot coating an area. That’s as much as I can reveal about my process. Aside from painting on museum archival board, I challenge myself with painting on the silver plastic coating inside potato chip bags, cork, vellum, slate and mulberry paper.
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February 27, 2021 at 5:11 pm
I’ve been enjoying your posts. I use q-tips to remove paint from my gelatin plate.
April 8, 2021 at 10:41 am
Thank you Tomyé! Always nice to hear from you!
PS – what’s going on with the name change? Tōmye or Tōmyé or Tomyé? Vicki Gunter Clay . artist
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April 8, 2021 at 8:28 pm
Good Thur. April 8, 2021 Vicki:
I have great photos of your Artworks paired with Elizabeth. They were worth admiring.
As far as moving the accent on my name, in the beginning it was misplaced by me.
Though I still have friends who pronounce my name like a guy’s Tommy, it has always been spelled Tomye. Emphasis is a long letter o. (Toe May)… it’s my last move.