Re: slightly OT - dry prints
Interesting, Henk. I'm not sure how the distinction between "emulsion transfer" and "image transfer" applies to inkjet prints. There couldn't be an "emulsion transfer" with inkjet, because there's no emulsion, right? ... all there is to transfer is ink, whichever way you transfer it. Or am I misunderstanding the distinction you're making?
On Jun 3, 2007, at 7:17 AM, henk thijs wrote:
Using acrylic medium results in an emulsion transfer, like the well- known polaroid transfer (transferring the 'skin' of an well developed polaroid to a carrier).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."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?