*When using tusche, it's mostly impossible to tell what it will print like until you print it. this is why a test plate is a good idea to familiarize yourself with different types of tusche in different concentrations
*begin by gridding out a plate. one axis should have the types of tusche, the other should have the number of drops of water or solvent added to the concentrate
*use pH neutral water. nothing hotter than 5.0, the acid will negatively affect the wash.
*keep your water and solvent brushes separated.
*for each grid square, paint two overlapping oblong shapes to get an idea of what the reticulation looks like layered.
*process and print the plate.