POP Pd printing (Ware-Malde or Ziatype) processes are easy. If you can do *good* cyanotypes, then you're good to go for pt/pd. (In fact, it's harder to make a *good* cyanotype!) BTW, you can use Richeson or DaVinci (5080 series) brushes w/o wasting extra sensitizer. (With my DaVinci, I use the same amnt. of coating solution as I need with a glass coating rod.) Edit: Just wet the brush with distilled water and squeeze the excess right before coating, it won't soak up and waste the sensitizer...
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