Re: Alt print on Glass?
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there was an interesting post by Marek last year, that described printing Carbon directly onto glass by exposing
through the back of a glass plate. Its in the archive here:
Carbon might not have been a process you had in mind, but its not too complicated when there is no transfer involved
and you can choose any colour you like.
I did give it a try, but because i used a UV bank my results were fairly fuzzy but well adhered to the glass. On as
side note, it also prompted me to have a go and coat some tissue as well, and ended up making my first carbon print.
(so thanks Marek if you read this!)
(first time poster - avid reader)
Jacek Gonsalves wrote:
> Hi all,
> Has anyone had success on printing on glass? I'm going to try and
> brush a gelatin coat on and see how that goes. Hopefully the gelatin
> will stick, though perhaps I need to sand the glass slightly to give
> it some tooth?
> From there I'm going to try a cyanotype print. Should be intresting!
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