This past week I was finally able to get a hold of all of the materials for carbon printing. Since then I've done two prints, the first with a digital negative. The results weren't overly favorable but I then made another print using a 120 negative and that came out much better with a couple exceptions. I've attached the second image to this post. My first question is in regard to the obnoxious streaks in the image (ignore the white crap on the image). I'm assuming those are because of uneven density in the coating of the potassium dichromate sensitizer. I'm using the spirit coating method outlined here: unblinkingeye.com/Articles/Carbon/carbon.html (I apologize, my post count isn't high enough to post links.) The first print that I attempted did not have uneven spaces however the brush strokes were definitely visible. I'm using the method outlined in the same link, starting vertically, then going horizontally, and finally diagonally with a one inch wide foam brush. Other than tray sensitizing is there a better way to go about coating the carbon tissue? My second question is about the "relief effect" in the carbon printing. There virtually isn't one from what I can see. I'm using fixed out RC paper; is it more prevalent on other art papers? Other than that I'm quite pleased with the results, I can't wait to get some 4x5 negs and make prints from them.