Re: Paper Negative Details
Andrea, I wish I'd had your advice before I went to Office Max
yesterday, but then I guess I didn't know before I went that they'd
stopped carrying Epson Photo Quality Inkjet paper, which as I've said
has been my paper of choice for years. I bought HP Color Inkjet
paper, which I found out this morning doesn't work for beans; I'll
take it back and try to trade it in on some some HP Premium on the
basis of your recommendation.
On Dec 4, 2007, at 11:17 AM, Andrea Zalme wrote:
I have expanded my webpage on paper negatives and added more
going to be far easier to show what I've been doing I think, rather
to explain the process with text only.
Glad you liked my prints btw. Thank you. Good luck with your
me know if you have any further questions and I'll try to fill in the
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From: "Trevor Cunningham" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, December 03, 2007 5:06 PM
Subject: Paper Negative Details
2. Oil sounds messy, but simple. However, for strength, I like the
idea of using wax instead. However, what I can't get my noodle on
application process. Paper is heated and wax melted on it. Does
absorb the wax so you can pass the iron over it subsequent times
difficulty? It sounds easy to screw up. Andrea hinted at a wax
quickly does beeswax and paraffin stiffen? Buildup issues? When
does excess easily wipe away like water? Use rollers or squeegees?
Is this a good option for doing gums? Andrea, your tricolor
3. Does oil lend more to bleeding, or does that depend on the ink?
4. I'm a cyanotype guy, but I want to begin getting serious
gorgeous and inspiring!
Give a holler...Trevor
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