> The pixelation is entirely consistent with the
> camera and JPEG processing firmware having
> recorded an actual event.
> It reflected light .. red light .. As does the
> remainder of the cartouche.
JPEG processing firmware BS. You don’t know what you’re talking about. It’s how the JPEG format works and the artifacts it gives rise to, including colour bleeding. Anyone wants to know can look it up.
We can all see the artifacts in the enlargement, Jon.
> Loaded and unloaded brush ..
> A freshly loaded brush carries more paint and
> therefore is more prone to dripping .. Fact..
> Maybe you have never used a paintbrush ??
Maybe that’s a silly suggestion?
Freshly loaded brush for the characters within the cartouche. Heavy application of paint. No runnels.
> The only thing suffering with any kind of poverty
> here is your failure to grasp the fact that a
> freshly dipped brush is far more prone to dripping
> than a brush at the end of it's travel.
Sorry, Jon, no: things suffering poverty here include your performance in thinking through the implications of your rationalisations.
Freshly dipped brush for the characters within the cartouche. Heavy application of paint. No runnels.
Explain. Better yet, show us. Get some blocks, roughly worked. Set them at an angle. Lie on your back and paint some cartouches on them. Getting the paint to run should be easy: it’s avoiding it you may find harder. Get a friend to video it. Show us the results.
Go on, Jon. Show us it could happen. Prove it.
> This is very, very basic stuff.
> Understandably you have difficulty with it .. Most
Most may have their own views, on who’s having difficulty, among other things.