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Re: VanDyke developer

That's exactly how I was expecting; the color would turn into a colder /
darker hue, because of larger particle size due to coagulation...

I'd rather prefer gold toning - which already gives a dark brown (even
black!) result, with the added bonus of increased permanence.


30 Mart 2009, Pazartesi, 10:49 am tarihinde, Alberto Novo yazmış:
> ...
>> Maybe the "developer" will post-amplify the reaction, forming larger
>> nano-particles (or coagulate the former ones), therefore change the
>> characteristic color of the print? Does your friend experience any
>> perceptible difference when "developing" prints?
> True again. A print I have seen is more black than the characteristic
> VanDyke brown.
> Alberto