WAD Prev Years Exposure time: 2-7 days

Beetroot (Beta Vulgaris) anthotype by Alba Cid

Beetroot (Beta vulgaris) anthotype by Alba Cid

“Japanese blossom” by Alba Cid
Country: A Coruña, Spain
Parts used: Root
Amount: Half
Extracted by: Pre-cooked and peeled beetroot mashed in a blender
Thinner: A bit of tap water (I did 2 others with vodka alcohol and the results were more fuscia)
Application: Brushing

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Redbud (Cercis canadensis), Violet, Common blue (Viola sororia), and Blueberries, wild (Vaccinium angustifolium) anthotype by Dominick Rivers

Mix of Redbud (Cercis canadensis), Violet, common blue (Viola sororia), and Blueberries, wild (Vaccinium angustifolium) anthotype by Dominick Rivers

“Ancestral Inquiries” by Dominick Rivers
Country: Bloomington, Indiana, USA
Parts used: Petals of redbud blossoms and violets, whole blueberries
Amount: 1/2 cup of each
Extracted by: Mortar & pestle
Thinner: Extremely cheap vodka
Application: Pour emulsion into lightproof container; submerge film strips in container; swirl around; rest container upside down for 20 minutes, then flip over for 20 minutes

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Turmeric powder (Curcuma longa), Red Curry Paste (Capsicum annuum) and Tabasco Scorpion Sauce (Capsicum chinense) anthotype by Johan Alfraeus

Mix of Turmeric powder (Curcuma longa), Red curry paste (Capsicum annuum) and Tabasco scorpion sauce (Capsicum chinense) anthotype by Johan Alfraeus

“Happy Cousins” by Johan Alfraeus
Country: Hammarö/Karlstad, Sweden
Parts used: Powder, paste and sauce. Turmeric 50%, Red Curry Paste 30%, Tabasco Scorpion Sauce (Trinidad Scorpion Butch T, the hottest tabasco sauce there is) 20%
Amount: 60 grams Turmeric powder, 36 grams Red Curry Paste, 24 grams Tabasco Scorpion Sauce
Extracted by: Mix of ingredients listed above
Thinner: 96% Alcohol (Ethanol/Isopropanol). Emulsion strained through double-folded cotton fabric
Application: Sponge brush

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Bloodroot anthotype by Alexandra Whiteside

Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) anthotype by Alexandra Whiteside

“Golden Toad” by Alexandra Whiteside
Country: Texas, USA
Parts used: Fresh root/rhizome, purchased online
Amount: Two dozen 1″-3″ chunks of fresh roots, chopped into thin slices (about 2 cups of material)
Extracted by: Simmering of mixture
Thinner: Distilled water and reagent-grade pure alcohols (ethanol; possibly some methanol)
Application: Brushing on paper with a mop watercolor brush

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