Congrats on the press Mark! What kind did you get?|
But 'little'? I'm doing 20x30" now and they are available at
30x40"...and even larger, so I've been told.
Larger plates present a new set of problems, but they are still alot of
fun to work with (more so when the pesky contact issues have been
Mark Nelson wrote:
I suppose they should be call polymer photo gravure or
photopolymer gravure or polyphotomergravvytypes, but those little
plastic plates are sure fun to play with. The fact that they are
non-toxic is a big plus for me! I ordered a press.
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On Wed, Apr 2, 2008 at 1:07 AM, Richard
spend some time with a Ms. Diaz (first name escapes me) who was doing
copper gravures in 4x5 sizes, lovely images. We commiserated together
people calling plastic gravures "Photo Gravures."
"plastic gravures"... do you mean polymer plate gravures? What's
wrong with calling them "photo gravures"?
gravure blog at www.susanvossgravures.blogspot.com
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