Re: Why Winsor & Newton?

From: pete ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 06/01/05-04:39:04 PM Z
Message-id: <BEC3F798.4FB%temperaprint@blueyonder.co.uk>

 
Katharine, my dear, thank you for your kind greeting, and also to Joe,
Dennis, Loris, and finally Galina my sweet friend to whom I owe so much.
About this time last year I collapsed at Can Sarret Northern Spain. Since
then I have been dancing beside the dark angel and recently been allowed a
welcome respite.
 
I must also thank all my friends on the list for their constant support.
We often moan about our minor squabbles however the inspiration and
friendship, constantly received far outweighs any imbalance.
 
Any off list communication will of course be most welcomm. Alex Chater and I
constant obsession with Egg Temperaprint remains!!!!!!!!!
 
 

On 30/5/05 1:11 pm, "Katharine Thayer" <kthayer@pacifier.com> wrote:

> Hurray, Pete's back! Wonderful to "hear your voice."
> kt
>
>
> pete wrote:
>>
>> Dear Bob Judy,
>>
>> Dye tranfer dyes instead of pigment what an an interesting idea ! I wonder
>> if anybody has used it. Both I and My friend and fellow printmaker Alex
>> will have try it out on Temperaprint.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Best wishes
>>
>> Pete
>>
>> On 30/5/05 12:32 am, "Robert M" <written_by@msn.com> wrote:
>>
>>> So my next question is this: if "you" are concerned about vehicles and
>>> carriers that may or may not affect the process or the longevity of the
>>> print, why not forget commercially manufactured colors and compound your
>>> own? There are a few good sources for pure pigments and the "simple"
>>> requirements of the gum process/Tri-Color Carbo make compounding quite easy.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>> You put "realistic" in quotes. Are you interested in true color or some
>>> approximate fidelity to sooth your vision? I am just asking. True color is
>>> "easy" because you can easily obtain the proper dyes used to make dye
>>> transfer prints. They should be easy to change to suite the needs of most
>>> workers on this list.
>>>
>>>
>>> By the way, matrix film is once again available.
>>>
>>>
>>> Bob
>>> ..
>>>
>>>
>
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