Home » Articles » Blog » COLOR CHANGING JUICE?? | Painting with Pomegranate COLOR CHANGING JUICE?? | Painting with Pomegranate September 3, 2019 Skye Waelchi 3 Articles, Blog *music* *crinkling and squishing sounds* *music* Tags: and, art, art challenge, art challenge 2017, art channel, art video, Artist, crinkling, DIY, diy watercolor, does it work, does this thing really work, drawing, drink, Edible, flowers, food art, how to, hydrangeas, juice, painting, painting challenge, painting with food, painting with fruit, painting with juice, pomegranate juice, pomegranate seeds, pomegranates, squishing, watercolor, Watercolor Painting Previous: Bob On A Color Ride | Bob colors train | Learn Colors with Bob | Colors song | colors kids TV Next: Magic Paint pens with Louie Fleming Related posts Keith Brown – Waiting To Lose | Built to Win Paintball Series Ep1 And it doesn’t matter because they know that’s what he’s gonna do. But it’s like sometimes we go out there and we think that one… Paintball Fields & Rules : Respect for Paintball Referees Hi, this is Robert Stewart, with hill13.com. Now, we’ve talked about the rules before, but we really haven’t talked about the referee that much. He’s… About The Author Skye Waelchi 3 Comments ArtWithEm says: December 4, 2017 at 3:48 am No voice-over in this one, I just had major surgery so my throat is a little but the worse for wear (intubation is not fun). Other than some hoarseness and the expected amount of surgery-recovery pain, I'm doing quite well. Thanks to those of you that expressed your concern and well-wishes! <3 Reply Rocket Shawk says: December 4, 2017 at 9:39 pm I've already seen stills of this one. On a related note, put a small bit of red wine in a glass and allow to sit for an hour, then add water. The water will turn the wine blue, because the anthocyanines that make wine purplish red turn blue under a different ionic gradient. Odds are, your tap water contains high amounts of magnesium, and a moderate amount of silver. the same can happen to pomegranate juice, but it requires a steeper gradient. Reply Peyton Leathem-Boe says: December 7, 2017 at 5:35 am Love it! Love the idea of using pomegranate juice and seeds. It would be a ton of fun making a garden based on getting interesting colors from the plants… Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.