Re: 3rd layer of gum
Paul, I've only seen this with nonabsorbent surfaces like glass and yupo, and only in areas where there are actually three layers of hardened gum. (for instance if there's an area that's all blue, where little or no yellow or red pigment have been deposited, there's no problem with adherence of the third (blue) layer, only in more neutral and mixed areas where there are equal amounts of all gum layers. I've never seen it with paper.
As Keith said, you can adjust for it either by exposing more or developing less. I also wonder about your sizing; it sounds like maybe your sizing isn't leaving enough tooth for all the layers of the gum to have some to hold onto.
On Oct 6, 2009, at 1:18 PM, Paul Viapiano wrote: