|Pruitt Creations' square breast cancer pillow, pink ribbon|
At first I tried some acrylic paint and my modeling paste. But the (off-white) paste didn't break down like I thought it would.
So I decided to use my Dylusion's ink sprays, which are always fun to play with. I just got a bottle of white ink spray, something new Dylusion sells. Although most of my ink sprays are light in the first place, the colors softened when I sprayed white over them. So it's true - white added to regular colors result in tinting!
You can see it much better, side by side. The white really took away the impact of the page, toning it down. Even though I'm not too enthusiastic about bright colors, I like the brighter photo better here.