Quote Originally Posted by Bill Burk View Post
Looks great! Bromoil, of course it's right for them.

I don't have experience at it but I have "The Keepers of Light" by William Crawford.

So you bleach, wash the bleach out, fix (fresh fix for each batch of prints) to remove silver bromide created in the bleaching, wash fully, dry completely then resoak in water to swell the emulsion for inking.

The next part is hardest because you need skunk hair or bear hair for the brush...
I have that book too... but it doesnt explain what happened - normally the whole image more or less dissapears - here some silver remained and some parts looked quite yelloish in colour..

I am working with liquid emulsion, and as I remember W Crawford was talking about "normal" papers...
I think I might have put too much emulsion on the paper at places... then yelloish patches will appear.. (the light can't penetrate all the way through the emulsion - leaving unexposed (and fixed?) silver in the image....

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Bruice: "How long will these last? (archival)
I'm unfamiliar with the process. "

As long as any oil paint (as that is what I am using to "redevelop" the image...)