Re: Spam:*****, Re: Blue-Black Cyanotype & Luster

From: Jack Brubaker ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 10/05/05-02:14:38 PM Z
Message-id: <BF699E5D.1353A%jack@jackbrubaker.com>

That is my experience.

Jack

> From: "Christina Z. Anderson" <zphoto@montana.net>
> Reply-To: alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca
> Date: Tue, 04 Oct 2005 20:44:55 -0600
> To: alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca
> Subject: Re: Spam:*****, Re: Blue-Black Cyanotype & Luster
>
> the ability to be able to go back and
> erase a gum layer down to cyanotype once a print is long finished (with a
> magic scotch brite pad and lots of soaking in water to soften) has nothing
> to do with printing "soft" or "hard" but has everything to do with
> sizing--in my practice. This is hard to do with gum prints that are not
> well sized--in my practice. Maybe Jack has more luck with that than I
> do--it just scrapes paper away along with the gum layer--in my practice. But
> I think Jack sizes with acrylic or gesso--in his practice.
Received on Wed Oct 5 14:15:11 2005

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