Tinna asked about the Inking Palette overlays I did a while back...
Here is what the palette looks like - the photo shows the white paper torn from the plastic palette and the info about the inking palette. They come in a pad with white tissue paper in between each plastic sheet. Pull them apart, remove the tissue, and use the inking palette for acrylics.
When you paint using it as an inking palette, you get leftover acrylic paint that you can let dry on the plastic palette - and since it's see-through, you can glue it down over something else to get...something else! haha
This piece of the plastic inking palette (with a bit of dried acrylic on it) could be trimmed down and glued over the white paper in my watercolor journal - or over a "failed" painting on paper. It could add interest into a painting that needs something else to make it more interesting.
What about this sheet over a very dark sea turtle (made with the Kathleen Conover gesso juice and Mary Beth Shaw stencil technique mentioned last post)?? Pretty dark...maybe need to brighten the turtle a bit more...
Anyway, this is just to show you how you can use these sheets - rather than throw them away with the garbage.
(Hope you see this, Tinna, and that it helps you understand the process a bit more. I think the plastic inking sheet works best over something lighter in the background/underneath so a light painting or drawing would work best.)