Re: slightly OT - dry prints
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On May 30, 2007, at 4:25 AM, henk thijs wrote:
On 30 mei 2007, at 2:54, Catherine Rogers wrote:
using prepared polyester sheets (digital negs) as a carrier for the
inkjet print, one can transfer the inkjet print to an aquarel paper.
and what you mean by transfers from inkjet?
In a review in the Oregonian this weekend, there was a description
of photographs that were inkjet prints that were then transferred to
canvas using acrylic medium to lift and transfer the image, with a
result that "resembles an encaustic painting." I haven't seen the
work in question, so can't evaluate the claim, but there's another
possibility for a creative person to exploit.