Re: solar plate

From: Jon Lybrook ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 10/21/05-05:12:39 PM Z
Message-id: <435975E7.4060304@terabear.com>

Hi Hellena,

Printmaking in the Sun by Dan Welden is the best starting point of this
  process, in my opinion as well.

Plates are best cut with a papercutter dedicated to the purpose, but
they can be cut with a utility knife with repeated strokes.

Jon

Ehud Yaniv wrote:
> I have Printmaking in the Sun. It is easy to read and follow.
>
> Ehud
>
> -----Original Message-----
> *From:* Hellena Cleary [mailto:hellena@hncleary.plus.com]
> *Sent:* October 21, 2005 9:38 AM
> *To:* alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca
> *Subject:* solar plate
>
> I have bought some solar plate here in the U.K. but all I have for
> the instructions are a couple of A4 sheets. For further reading they
> list PRINTMAKING IN THE SUN, PRINTMAKING WITH PHOTOPOLYMER PLATES,
> HANDBOOK OF NON-TOXIC INTAGLIO AND THE COMPLETE PRINTMAKER. Can
> anyone recommend which of these books is best for a complete
> beginner? Do I need a metal cutter to cut the sheet down so that I
> can experiment? I have a step wedge and a UV light source. How do I
> begin? Hellena
Received on Fri Oct 21 17:18:51 2005

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