Quote Originally Posted by donbga
Yeah you could probably do that. However that kind of paper has no ink receptur coating so it will have a very large dot gain giving an inpressionistic look. The printing times would be much longer than with a transparent material.

For me personally I've never cared for paper negatives of any kind - for any process, but some folks like them.

Don Bryant
I forgot to mention that I have experimented with printing on vellums such as Clearprint. This can be a very interesting effect but producing a curve for this paper negative has been difficult.

However I've only tried it with black ink. I may try it again using PDN software for use with gum prints.