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    Yep, enough for some good bedtime reading and a wish for an extra life to stuff all the projects in...
    “Do your work, then step back. The only path to serenity.” - Lao Tzu

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    @gandofi.
    Is that a processed negative... I assume it is re-printable as long as you are carful?
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by vpwphoto View Post
    @gandofi.
    Is that a processed negative... I assume it is re-printable as long as you are carful?
    thanks
    yes - the negative is a normal 10x8.

    It doesn't get destroyed by this technique.

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    kinldy join the group and help us gather all the information required for revival of the process and trouble shoot the problems

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    On that note, not sure if anyone follows what we've been up to, but we're pretty much there with the Rawlings Oil print. There's some articles on our blog about the process and torubleshooting: http://www.bostick-sullivan.com/blog/
    K.S. Klain

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    thanks for that link

    After posting the original question I have noticed a lot of very accompliced oil printers...
    Good to see and hear Wet-plate isn't the only technique around worth working with...

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    We're hoping that we can do small runs of gelatin paper so that you could use it for a myriad of different processes, but mainly oil. Just add sensitizers, expose, soak and ink!
    K.S. Klain

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klainmeister View Post
    We're hoping that we can do small runs of gelatin paper so that you could use it for a myriad of different processes, but mainly oil. Just add sensitizers, expose, soak and ink!
    Great - "Problem" here is not the paper and gelatin - it's the sensitizer (Dichromate requires a police permit...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    Great - "Problem" here is not the paper and gelatin - it's the sensitizer (Dichromate requires a police permit...)
    Hmm, yes, that's a little bit more difficult to get around. But hey, if you need some, I could pre-sensitize it and ship it in a PVC tube. Funny, we have some carbon tissue that was sensitized sitting in the freezer in tubes and it works fine...2 years later.
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