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Re: Alt print on Glass?

I wish to agree here w/Mark . . . and as said, if you wish to work w/the acid, find an outlet that works with it

On May 18, 2009, at 9:44 PM, ender100 wrote:

Use very fine carborundum then... not the hydroflouric acid.
On May 18, 2009, at 11:04:14 PM, "Jacek Gonsalves" <jacek@jagnight.com> wrote:

Thanks for the advice Jack. Will also look into hydrofluoric acid.

The final and ultimately idea is to have the most transparent layer 
for a highlight without any visual etching. If the etching or 
grittiness is extremely slight to the eye then its ok. I would end up 
lighting the back of the glass print mainly from 45 degree.