Re: bromoil boot camp
David did mention oil printing, but only in passing. We were so busy with bromoil and bromoil transfer we didn't get to much else, in fact, I never even did a transfer because I wasn't interested! Solarplate does a better intaglio in my opinion.
I made negatives on Kirkland, then contact printed those onto enlarging paper in the darkroom, then from those prints I made my matrices the next day, then inked up that night.
He did say that oilprinting was like 3 coats of gelatin, sensitized with a 3% dichromate, then printed under the neg, but that is all I remember.
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