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    thanks gerry
    I'll take a look

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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi
    FULVIO

    eric Kellerman is coming here on monday and stays for some days...

    where are you?
    Still too far from your place. I'm very sorry I couldn't come. I sent you a PM right now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    hi fulvio
    yes - I know, as it is my twin brother that made that....
    I was just wondering whether others do it these days..
    seems not.
    aah well - then we can be the only ones in the world, and that is fun too....;-)
    We are not ALONE!
    No escaping it!
    I must step on fallen leaves
    to take this path

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronlamarsh View Post
    We are not ALONE!
    good to hear!

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    This process sounds interesting.

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    I tried to ask a question about oil prints once and people thought I was nuts... Definititely an under-appreciated method, and little known. Heck, any carbon printer could give it a go rather easily.

    Do you de-fat your prints?

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    Quote Originally Posted by holmburgers View Post
    Do you de-fat your prints?
    question for me?

    In that case, I don't know what you mean by de-fat....

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    Yes. Kind of an odd question (partly my reason for asking), but I once read about a "de-fatting" procedure, using turpentine perhaps to clear the oil/fat from the litho ink.

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    De-greasing, I know Emil Mayer speaks of it in his book. Never tried it, but it leaves only the pigment in the gelatin. Makes for a tougher surface as far as I remember Emils' words.

    The Bromoil Reading Room has a lot of interesting stuff, even for oilprints, at http://www.bromoil.info
    Last edited by Jerevan; 12-14-2011 at 01:50 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: Extra blubb
    “Do your work, then step back. The only path to serenity.” - Lao Tzu

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    Wow, a lot of great stuff indeed.

    http://www.bromoil.info/reading%20room.html

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