I understand that it is the sheen that smears. Yet, they are the only ones of the sheening inks I own that are this bad.
Rhodia and Clairefontaine paper make the "problem" worse, as they are not very porous.
Lay down enough ink to sheen, and it will smear just from rubbing with a finger, on which there are microscopic beads of sweat/moisture on the skin.
The paper I used for the card stock is Arttec Como 210gm drawing paper
, and so should not have a problem with ink taking hold. The November Rain splats were done four days ago, and the other others about three weeks ago.
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