I find that I cannot get a full range of tone on a single coat any way. I
find it good to have a printer for the shadow and a printer for the mid to
high light. The roller is the method I use. I find that it needs to be
rolled out in a similar fashion as you would roll out printing ink. As
tempera print is really a multi layer process you can build your image in
In practice don't overload the roller and roll it out in a logical
manner, lightening the pressure as you go. In the end you allow the roller
to glide quickly across he surface with as little pressure as possible.
Spread it first and then polish it up as it were, try to roll in one
only, particularly at the beginning. You can get a very smooth finish and
thin. When its gone smooth and you have done a fair number of speeder
passes, stop and dry it, done.
>From: Tim O'Neill <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: tempera interests
>Date: Mon, Jan 17, 2005, 3:27 AM
> 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 <email@example.com>
>>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 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> >To: email@example.com
>> >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
>> > 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>
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