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    Glop of Gelatin Baryta Paper

    Hello,
    Glued to the watercolor paper for Carbonl Transfer, I want a utuliser solution gelatin and sulfate barym to paper barium gelatin.
    Do you know a formula (Glop) or an item with the formula for barium gelatin and paper for carbon Transfert
    Thank you in advance

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    From the Bostick & Sullivan Forum:

    Home Made Baryta Paper -- 1914

    --Greg

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    Geg,

    Thank you for the informations

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    Today I made on watercolor paper of the real paper barium gelatine for carbon. I thought not succeed but the paper is superb.
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    Interesting. Looks like your poured it onto the paper into a frame? Looking forward to seeing the image that you will transfer onto it.

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    Phillipe,

    Very nice looking piece of paper. If you don't mind saying, did you use the 1914 recipe or the Light Farm recipe, or some variation of your own? I'd love to know the make and coating details and how the paper works for you. I get asked how homemade baryta works with carbon, but since I'm not a carbon printer, I haven't been able to say.

    Denise
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