Re: Temperaprint & Chicken Tempura

From: [email protected]
Date: 01/29/04-09:20:25 AM Z
Message-id: <16a.292540c7.2d4a7eb9@aol.com>

Pete,

When printing on different surfaces that must be sealed, what do you
recommend to use as the sealer?

What would you say are the limits of density range for negatives for this
process?

Thanks,
Mark Nelson

In a message dated 1/29/04 5:25:39 AM, temperaprint@blueyonder.co.uk writes:

> Secondly it is highly adhesive. When a surface is prepared properly it will
> print on anything, glass, ceramic tiles, glazed or biscuit fired, fabric,
> wood, and canvas.However the surface of the substrate you chose must be
> sealed.
>
> The sensitivity of egg is similar to gum when mixed with a saturated
> solution of Amm Dichromate.
>
Received on Thu Jan 29 10:03:36 2004

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