Re: Re: [Marbling] Unbuffered papers
- THanks Cat and Larissa. I have something that works and I am going to stick with it.
By the way, you can get good quality inkjet paper in larger sizes online for about $1.00 a sheet in packs of 50 or so. SOmething like this:
It should need no alum, and while I like a heavier paper, this is not bad. I cannot guarantee it will work, but tried their smaller papers and they do, without alum, sometimes you have to figure out the coated side and use that.
On 06/28/13, SA Marbling - iMagica Studio<larissadon@...> wrote:
You are really tripping it Doll :)) Go Go GO.. YES the paper makes the big
difference. You are gunning it, May I ask for you to kep a cut off of every
piece tested and mail it to me with a plain piece - still virgin and a
piece marbled/ i will pay off course :))) remember to keep book.. or memory
note each print run.. your conditions. I can send you my address and thn
you can let me know how much you ill charge to send me results on variety
Dick Blick- papers.etc. If you like ???
Ytralalalalalla.. when we gonna se some pics???
On 28 June 2013 19:35, Cat <catthom3@...> wrote:
> Try this company- a lot of choices of unbuffered papers, but you do have
> to look at each one. Anything for platinum/paladium prints is unbuffered.
> Might be too pricy. http://www.bostick-sullivan.com/cart/home.php?cat=18
> I wonder if the Light "Goyu" Kozo Paper might work for you? It's also
> offered by Dick Blick- might be cheaper there.
> The one I used (and will use again) was Arches Platine (MW, GN) Made by
> Arjomari-Prioux Mill*, France. But I think it may be too heavy for your use.
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