Bob Crowley tries to make an P/N 55 Polaroid generic film for couple of years. I decided to look in to wiki about that film and I learned that developer inserted between film and paper.
Bob do all without machines and by hand and I thought his method could be developed even further.
Here is the idea for color autochrome polaroid film.
Transparent film can be dotted with 6 different color chemicals with 6 color inkjet printer.
Some of the original dyes of autochrome is widely available and used at food coloring industry and some of other expensive ones could be changed by cheaper ones.
In 30 seconds , your filter is ready.
Only we have to do is buy 4x5 Ilford positive paper and place in the cartouche face to face.
After exposure done , insert spreads the dk 50 developer on to positive paper and
1- your bw print is ready
2- your autochrome is ready after registering the filter to paper.
Mustafa Umut Sarac