I've tried Inkodye, but with little success
I'm responding to this because I have been searching the internet for some insight on how I might project an image from an enlarger/projector on a surface treated with Inkodye. I have so far experimented with 250W photo bulbs, compact flourenct bulbs, and 15W and 75W UV or "black light" bulbs. I was successful in developing the Inkodye under the black lights after just a few minutes, but the bulbs were not strong enough to project an image through my Artograph projector. I am still hoping to find a solution, but I am pessimistic.
Originally Posted by Terry Christian
I was really hoping that this method would be successful, because I have had no luck with transparencies. I loaded images in Photoshop, adjusted their contrast, and printed on 8.5X11in transparencies, but only a very faint image would appear when doing the contact print method. Any advice as to how I might improve my transparencies or the contact print method in general? I was really hoping to create some successful results for a project for school.