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Re: tri-color gum in progress

Thanks, people who wrote to point out the link to me. It's not that I didn't see the link (I did score 8 on the test, after all). I saw the link, I clicked on the link, I got the page, but there's no picture on the page. I can click on the "marek's gallery" tab at the top of the page and get the thumbnails, but if I click on a thumbnail, I just get another blank page like the one I got when I clicked on the link originally. I did this several times, same result each time. I restarted my Mac (This G5 seems to need restarting a lot to fix problems, unlike all my earlier Macs) thinking that might clear any problem with the browser (Safari) but I still get the same result.

The really frustrating thing is that I'm the one who asked Marek if we could see an example with this particular pigment combination, and I can't see it :-(. BTW, I've had no problem seeing Marek's pictures on this site before, they've come right up. So I'm at a loss, but if anyone has any ideas, I'd be glad to hear them, thanks.

On Sep 25, 2008, at 6:41 PM, Katharine Thayer wrote:

I didn't get any picture.  :-(

On Sep 25, 2008, at 6:21 PM, Marek Matusz wrote:

I promised some scans of gum in progress. This illustrate the indanthrone (PB60), nicke azo yellow (PY150) and either perylene maroon(PR179) or quinacridone rose (PV19). Well, as you can see I never make things simple. I like to add two blues (indanthrone and thalo), two different magentas (current examples are PR 179 and PV19) and often different yellows. This might be accompanied by selective use of masked negatives or spot color negatives of just separations with different contrast.
If you have a slow connection these might not load that fast.

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