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    One could simply use PhotoFlo or other surfactant in place of IPA or soap. Is it a waterproof Indian ink? Those contain lacquers I believe.

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    I routinely make tissue with only gelatine, bore water, sugur and pigment. Keep it simple. The bubbles go away if your glop sits for some hours and a threaded coating rod seems to get rid of any that dont.

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    Thank you. Yes i think, only water, gelatin, sugar and india Ink, it is easy. I use also a coating rod.

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    Hi Philippe,

    Yes try it with just a simple recipe. I only use soap as my soot pigments contain a fair amount of oils and tars still and without the soap, the carbon tissue is not good. I find passing the glop through a fine filter will often help remove most of the bubbles too.

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    Evan and all,

    Thank you very much

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