Re: Making Deckled Edges on Water Colour Paper

From: Bruce McCaughey ^lt;steelbar@shaw.ca>
Date: 11/25/05-07:21:29 PM Z
Message-id: <0DF168B0-2483-43FE-86FF-7A62364DB649@shaw.ca>

I haven't tried this but I have read some were that if you crease the
paper and than run a wet q-tip down the crease. Than separate the
paper along the crease it gives similar effect.
It's worth a try.

Bruce

On 25-Nov-05, at 3:55 PM, Robert Peterson wrote:

> I have one of these and it works great. http://inkjetart.com/misc/
> ripper/index.html
>
>
>> From: Michael Koch-Schulte <mkochsch@shaw.ca>
>> Reply-To: alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca
>> To: alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca
>> Subject: Making Deckled Edges on Water Colour Paper
>> Date: Fri, 25 Nov 2005 15:39:28 -0600
>>
>> Is there a way to closely reproduce that "torned-away" look the
>> edges some
>> heavier
>> 22"X30" sheets of water-colour paper come from the factory with? I
>> believe
>> it's called a "deckled" edge.
>>
>> ~m
>>
>
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