Sounds like you're doing it right. I also use RC papers for nega as they stay flat (easier to make decent contact prints)
But I always use different fiberbased papers for the final print. And I also use liquid emulsion.
attached a few examples:
1: neg scan as is would look on RC paper (toned)
2: same image, but now as bromoil print (after using liquid emulsion)
3: neg manipulated on the back using lib gloss (paper can't see red....)
4: print on the fantastic paper Kentmere Art Classic.
Last edited by gandolfi; 04-22-2012 at 07:49 AM. Click to view previous post history.