Classic BnG is created using a series of dilutions from its parent black. Already the highlight with white no longer corresponds to a classic BnG.
Modern tattooists even go one step further and show what effects are already possible today. By adding white drop by drop to the black color, you can achieve different results with a perceived depth of color or opacity – the tattoos appear more plastic.
The problem: Starting with a greywash, where the lightest gradation is translucent, with a silverwash the lightest tone has to contain the largest proportion of white. If the tattoo artist mixes his silver wash himself, the probability of an unsatisfactory tattoo that has healed in patches is relatively high.
The Second Generation Silverwashes from I AM INK offers you a ready-made adaptation of their greywash gradations as silverwash. Mechanically stirred, the black/white mixtures achieve the best and most homogeneous mixtures, which are very easy to work with and deliver optimal results.
The Silverwashes are available in three grades:
- Silver 1: The lightest Silver Tone corresponds to Sumi 1 in gradation
- Silver 2: The medium silver tone corresponds to the sumi 2 in gradation
- Silver 3: The darkest Silver Tone corresponds to Sumi 3 in gradation