Re: Tri-Color Gum Exposure and Development

From: davidhatton ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 07/02/05-11:43:21 AM Z
Message-id: <42C6D239.5090104@superonline.com>

Hi Katherine,

Following on from that. Do you use the same amount of dichromate for
each pigment?

Regards

David H

Katharine Thayer wrote:

>Dave Rose wrote:
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>>When I'm printing gum (tri-color or otherwise) I'll vary exposure and
>>development times as needed. Each pigment is different, so you'll have to
>>experiment to get best results. Using the same exposure and development for
>>all layers would be a good place to start. Then make changes to get the
>>desired effect.
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>This is of course excellent advice. Since almost without exception, all
>my tricolors have been done with the same three pigments, it may be that
>I just picked three pigments that happen to work well with the same
>exposure and development.
>kt
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