Re: Why Winsor & Newton?

From: DENNIS KLINKER ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 05/31/05-01:28:56 PM Z
Message-id: <003e01c56616$fdca1480$c2374754@DKUp>

It is great to see your list prescence Pete ,you have been sorely missed
Welcome Back.
Dennis
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From: "pete" <temperaprint@blueyonder.co.uk>
To: <alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca>
Sent: Monday, May 30, 2005 7:46 PM
Subject: Re: Why Winsor & Newton?

> Dear Bob Judy,
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> 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.
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> Best wishes
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> On 30/5/05 12:32 am, "Robert M" <written_by@msn.com> wrote:
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> > 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.
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> > 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
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> > "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
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> > workers on this list.
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> > By the way, matrix film is once again available.
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> > Bob
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Received on Tue May 31 13:24:18 2005

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