Friday, September 5, 2014

Comparing White pigment inks - a video


Hi, Hiya and Hello everybody,

This is my first video. I have been trying to make videos in the past but only now got around to it. This one has turned out well, so I am sharing it with you.
I have compared Wplus9 Pure Color White pigment ink and Hero Arts Unicorn White pigment ink in this video. 

White ink pads

Here is the video


Being my first, I would like your feedback as I am planning on making card videos as well. Let me know in the comments.

Thanks for stopping by!

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21 comments:

conil said...

So glad you did this...white pigment ink always perplexes me.

Loly Borda-Towery said...

Awesome job Gayatri! I can't wait to see your card videos. Way to go!

Yoonsun Hur said...

Great! Great! Thank you so much Gayatri. I decided to buy Wplus9 white pigment ink after your video saw. xoxo

Teresa (Smeared and Creased) said...

Lovely to see a video frtom you Gayatri! Looking forward to many more. :D

Dawn Turley said...

well done Gayatri. Your video is great and it's nice to see the comparisons

MA said...

Very good comparisons. I have the HA white, but wondered about WP9. HA has a reinker, does WP9? Guess I can look that up. Thanks for sharing. Looking forward to more videos.

Catherine Pooler said...

Awesome comparison, Gayatri! And yippeee for your first video! :)
I wonder if they are the very same ink...hmmmm...

Vicki Dutcher said...

Great comparison~ Perfect timing since I am looking for a white ink :) -- great job on your video too!

jamie vanskiver said...

Great video. Thank you for the comparison!

KimCreate said...

Good video, looks like the manufacturer makes both inks and puts a different name on each of them. They looked identical to me.
Thanks

Lea Lawson said...

Great video!! After seeing it...I think they must come from the same ink manufacturer, so it will just be a brand preference for everyone!

cards by cara said...

Awesome job on the video, Gayatri! :)

Shaughn Woodruff said...

Great first video! I hope..hope you do more..wink..wink! Thanks so much for the comparison! I've been wondering about the WPlus9 pad! I just love your work, such beautiful cards! I need to comment, I'm so horrible at it! Thanks again for sharing!

Donna Cala said...

Yay! You are one of the BEST stampers; I am thrilled that you will have card making videos. I need a new white ink so this video was perfect for me.

SkyPixie17 said...

I liked your video and comparison and how you used multiple colors to show coverage. I only have one mild criticism - your voice trails off almost to a mumble when you get to the end of what you're saying. When you start to show something, it's nice and strong, but then it trails off and it's almost impossible to hear what you're saying. I don't like to blast my volume, and I could barely hear some of what you said. (and believe me, after following your blog for awhile, I don't want to miss a thing that you say!) I hope to see many more videos from you, because you do such beautiful work! Thanks for sharing!

jintyoo7 said...

Hi Gayatri, great video - thank you :) Lovely to hear your voice and look forward to a card video next (wink wink)!!

SueB said...

Great video comparison overall; I'd only suggest that you practice to quit saying the "ah" and "um" so often. Love your blog and follow you on feedly!

scrappi said...

Loved the video..great comparison.
My only (ever so small) tip would be to do something rather than just hold things. if you had done the stamping while talking it would have been even more interesting. Look forward to your next one...and if I could just say it's great to see people brave enough to give honest, constructive criticism to help each other out.

scrappi said...

If you had wanted to just talk maybe we could see your face while you held up each example. :)

Mary-Anne V said...

Great first video..thanks for doing it on white ink...always looking to see whats the best one out there.

Beatrice Lawson said...

Really hope you will make video cards as I love your cards and would be thrilled to watch you in action! I follow quite a few great card makers and I would suggest Jennifer McGuire as an example of someone whose videos are fantastic. Her lighting is perfect, she speaks in a clear loud voice, without any "uhm" or pause, not too fast to follow but fast enough that it is interesting to watch while she actually demonstrates techniques, compares inks, shares storing tips etc. I think it takes a lot of practice recording yourself and playing it back to get to that level... Good luck and look forward to your videos.x