RE: Question(s) for Ziatype practitioners

From: Judy Seigel ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 07/28/04-09:58:31 PM Z
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On Wed, 28 Jul 2004, Loris Medici wrote:
> I noticed that article but didn't inspect it carefully (because I wasn't
> interested in Ziatype at that moment). What I remember from it now is
> that it was a small article and the split toned sample print was printed
> B&W (and no URL for the color image supplied) so we couldn't see the
> real effect. Will read it again (carefully I mean)... Thanks for
> reminding it!

In my next life I'm coming back as two people, one of them just to take
care of nice touches like getting color jpegs onto a web site. However, it
may be now. A sidebar to the article says "The trees will be on the web
some time after February [2003]. If doesn't get you there,
inquire at"

Although, yes, the article was only one-plus pages, perhaps not the detail
of the current discussion.

Meanwhile and however, I think Witho's technique and innovation in split
toning are very effective. The prints themselves were gorgeous... and
should be part of the discourse.



>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Judy Seigel []
>> Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2004 6:55 AM
>> To:
>> Subject: RE: Question(s) for Ziatype practitioners
>> ...
>> Witho Worms has an article in Post-Factory #8, "The Wild and
>> Wonderful
>> Colours of Zia"... in which he describes both his chemistry (gold
>> chloride, tungstate) and procedure for strong splits and
>> beautiful colors
>> (also colours) "from blue blacks to almost orange browns,
>> depending on
>> additives to the coating solution."
>> Judy
Received on Wed Jul 28 21:58:45 2004

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