I've been endlessly playing with all sorts of variables I won't bore ya'll with ;-)
Latest iteration was kinda cool. Used the arista at 60:60:500
For a colorful paper like fomatone that gave I nice warm image.
However, fomabrom was left kinda cold.
Is there a colorful warm paper like fomatone that has more grain? The hypothesis is to use a strong developer to tame the color to a warm tone (as opposed to pinks and salmons) and get a bit of grit (not full on fomabrom grit but just a nice hint).
I might be able to accomplish this with fomatone but thought I'd ask.
Moersch has a summary of papers and describes adox fine print classic to have saturated grainy blacks. That's what i'd like to see I think.