- 11:38 pm - Wed, Oct 24, 2012
Here are some nice shots of the Gamblin color house in Portland, Oregon. Isn’t watching ink/paint being pressed through the mill hypnotizing?
Kind of reminds me of orcs tearing through their skin as they’re being created in Mordor…
Uh, either way, the process is a strange combination of violence and creation. Clusters of dry pigment are being crushed and dispersed into the oil base as the mixture runs between the rolls. I don’t know why, but Cadmium Red seems to rip apart the most dramatically.