Lost (Demian by Hermann Hesse).
The Lost ink which expresses the wandering of Emil Sinclaire, has an impressive dramatic color change and color separation. Psygological changes and conflicts he experiences in the process of finding himself are expressed as the ink dries and the color changes. The first color of ink graually chamges from pastel tined nabvy blue to green. When the ink is completely dry, yellow is separated from the sea blue color.