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    Sorry about the double post! I thought that I had accidentaly deleted the first. Chalk it up to late night whatever.
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    I am living in Istanbul and still have no harem yet. When I go the school 20 years ago , there was always a loyal guitar playing leftist harem waiting for me. I was like a shark in the pool

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    Cool stuff, Bill. I've been doing multi-color seps on sheets of glass for a while now, but not with white-out

    Does this mean you also do multi-color seps on multiple sheets, or was this multi-pane printing just for a lark?

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    jorj,
    I have been doing Pt/Pd/Au/Pigments on glass for years now. My entire technical process is laid out in an artical tword the end of "proceses " in alternativephotography.com.

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    Jorj,
    Somehow, I keep posting my reply befor I am finished writing! Anyway, you can look up my artical and contact me with a personal message on APUG if you have questions. Or if you can't find the artical. I continue to do research and have replaced some of the materials in the artical with a more simple process. I do cmyk using watercolor pigments. And Pt/Pd/Au with or without the pigments. But never the pigments without the Pt/Pd/Au.

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