Re: tempera interests

From: Tim O'Neill ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 01/16/05-09:27:29 PM Z
Message-id: <BAY3-F1700C3B8F580C72C76A400A08E0@phx.gbl>

mixed as in crap and crappier. I still have not found a curve I really like
specific to this process. Also I have being testing various coating methods.
  Glas rod wrapped seems to be the best so far. Although Peters suggested
method of the roller has merit I am just missing something as I dont like
the texture it leaves. It alsmost looks like reticulation in 3d.
...Normally I would also use amm dich, last round I had pot dich already and
thought I would test.

>From: Alex Chater <>
>Subject: Re: tempera interests
>Date: Sun, 16 Jan 2005 20:57:17 +0000
>Personally I use Ammonium dichromate for this process. It is faster. What
>you mean by mixed results?
> >From: Tim O'Neill <>
> >To:
> >Subject: tempera interests
> >Date: Sun, Jan 16, 2005, 6:46 PM
> >
> >
> > I have been printing more tempera today with mixed results. I am however
> > getting closer. Seems I had old sensitizer the lst go around so results
> > not there at all. Sensitizer will lose its punch. This was Pot Dich
>and 4
> > mos old at room temp in a brown bottle. On another note for any
> > out there. In expermenting with lupo I was curious if I could come up
> > a icc profile for it. When I ran it through my Epson I got the expected
> > wheel tracks ect from printing on a pretty non- absorbant surface. I
> > that image and sandwhiched it with a piece of fine art paper and ran a
> > brayer across it (just like a monoprint) and it transferred with really
> > interesting results
> >
> > Tim O'Neill>
> >
> >
Received on Sun Jan 16 21:29:03 2005

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