After printing the last colour in the previous post. The next colour is a small but significant amount of red for the birds eye. There are three options for tackling this.
1. Ignore it altogether and leave it out.
This may be fine if the picture showed a diver floating around a mile off shore, but isn't really an option here.
2. Cheat and paint it in after I've finished printing the rest of the colours.
3. Do the job properly and print the colour.
We'll go with the last option. Firstly, I need to cut a stencil from a piece of tracing paper. I don't want too much of the block covered in bright red ink.
I've used the ink unmixed straight from the tin, as its a transparent water based ink when over printed on the previous colour it will darken to the correct tone.
And then a slightly darker tone of the same colour.
One more dark tone should see it finished.