Sandrajoy
Hello again, is there any way to work back into a painting when it is dry without disturbing the layers underneath? What about spraying with Kamar varnish and then adding ink on top of that? I often want to add, subtract or correct previous bits but as soon as i add more inks on top of the existing work, the first layers start to bleed and often I mess up the whole piece. Bummer!
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Jacquardmod Jacquardmod
You should be able to use Kamar to protect each layer.  There is also a product out there, I am not sure how easy it is to get called Layering solution from Kielty ink.  It is like a varnish that keeps newly added layers from re-wetting.  It seems pretty cool, but I have not used it very much yet.  
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Sandrajoy
Gosh - you are so quick - thank you. How many coats of Kamar between each layer would you suggest?
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Jacquardmod Jacquardmod
2 thin coats is usually pretty good.  If you have a heavier application of ink, you might need a third.  
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