Watching ink flow? You bet!! I am having a blast spending hours dripping India Ink onto paper (sometime wet paper) and then spraying the ink with water. Why is this so much fun?! The water and ink create random patterns and textures; playing with the time between letting the ink dry and spraying it with water gives all kinds of different results. In the middle and right image (above) I first made marks with a white crayon then applied the ink and water for a twist on the crayon resist technique. I love the Bombay brand inks; they even have some that are iridescent (irresistible!). It is a good idea to wear Nitrile gloves to keep the pigment off your skin as you play with the endless possibilities. Also, I love to work this on bright, sunny days so I can lay the paper out to dry quickly, then add a top layer of watercolor or new inks. Great fun as the weather cools!