And not actually an "optical illusion".
Could be a reflection.in the 2nd image, it looks to me that there is actually contamination from the cyan. The yellow ink is thick yet there are a few ripples of green, which appears to be contamination from cyan ink.
To be clear...I am not looking at the duct roller.
Are my eyes lying to me?
Dear AloisGentlemen and all the Sceptics
I shall continue to posit.........Ink Contamination.
A telltale sign that this is taking place is, -- Trace "Whirls" (Magenta) appear of the backtrapping ink shows at where the bulk
of the Ink (Yellow) in this case, meets the Duct Interface. Printing Sequence -KCMY
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