I'm a retired nurse. Fresh blood is a deep red color. Once it sits for a few minutes it starts to decompose and turns brown on material. So I guess if you're going to be needing a fresh blood look go for a deep red color ink. Pantone 1955 C looks close.
It's good to ask an expert.
I wanted it to look as natural as possible, hence the wated-based ink.
I am also using purple for monster blood and green for alien blood. Maybe, glow for ghost blood.
This should be fun.
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