I love this!
On Oct 31, 2008, at 7:32 AM, Keith Gerling wrote:
Here's one coat of gum on spackled and gessoed plywood
http://www.gumphoto.com/gesso4.jpg Lighter than I expected, but I'm
going to leave it alone as it captures the subject nicely. Up close
it looks like a fresco.
2008/10/31 Loris Medici <email@example.com>:
31 Ekim 2008, Cuma, 5:14 am tarihinde, Marek Matusz yazmış:
WHat a beautiful print.
While the colors are not photo-realistic, they are
Me too, that's why I chose to keep it -> it may not work for other
absolutely convincing. What I mean is that if you were to post the
original photo we would say that your interpretation is so
Well, I think that is the point to print a "different print". I
the background that has a mix of random pigmentation.
but it doesn't ruin this one.
It seems that your stripe pattern is only evident in the magenta
It's because of the paper negative (some have this type of
It is quite distractive from the randomness of the background. I
why that is the case.
It seems that you have arrived at a very balanced combination of
Thanks much, will definitely try foam roller later (expecially for
ratioes, gum thickness and exposure/development.
Do yo need any more encouragement?
Hope to see some more work