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« Topic Start: April 06, 2008, 07:03:04 pm »

Actually, this question could relate to other types of drawings or paintings too.  I'm teaching myself how to use pastels.  There's a section in the book I'm reading that talks about 'toning' your paper.  One of the methods is using used teabags.  This got me to thinking, if you can use old teabags to tone paper, what results would green tea or an herbal tea bag have?  Has anyone tried this? Would the results just be lighter brown? I'm wondering, I have a tea that has pomegranate in it, I'm thinking that might make a rich reddish brown tone.

I would love to hear if anyone has done this and what the results were.  either way, I'm going to be 'toning' a variety of paper to see what happens.  All thoughts, suggestions, tips and experience welcome. Cheesy

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