Sigyn and I are revisiting the colorful box of mix-your-own inks. I was finally able to extricate Sigyn from the color-mixing beaker. I do not understand her compulsion to put things on her head or to climb inside them, not at all.
But let us now examine what else has come with this box of inks.
Ah. An instruction booklet. That could be useful for people who, unlike me, do not know everything already.
There is a sample color chart card.
Hmm. I am not sure I follow this. Some of it seems to work, and some of it does not. If it works like a regular crossing chart, wouldn’t emerald plus emerald equal emerald? Instead, it’s a much bluer green… And since when does yellow plus yellow equal gold?
While Sigyn tries to figure it out, I shall examine the color-it-yourself postcards that are included.
This one features a bridge, which, if the box is to be believed, should be colored purple.
Sigyn is intrigued by this one. The statue appears to be wearing glasses.
I wonder if the actual statue has glasses, or if it is just drawn this way?
Uncolored line drawings just beg to be colored, don’t you think? If some color just happened to get on these the human male would have only himself to blame, for leaving the kit lying around, right?
Let me at those droppers and beakers!
ed. note: For more info, see this review. Not my review, not my blog, not affiliated, yadda yadda…