Re: What happens when you paint the negative?

From: alvamel (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Jul 20 2006 - 10:14:46 PDT


Unless you are dry contact printing, when you have a print made, many labs do ultra-sonic cleaning and wet-gate printing. As a result, the chemicals used in either process may disolve paints or inks that you apply to the clear leader. Make sure to alert your lab that you have original hand-made images and to avoid direct contact with lab chemicals.

Alva

-----Original Message-----
>From: Adrian Tagmenveca <email suppressed>
>Sent: Jul 20, 2006 9:03 AM
>To: email suppressed
>Subject: Re: What happens when you paint the negative?
>
>Thank you very much - this is perfect.
>
>
>amanda christie <email suppressed> wrote:
> forget what you learned about primary colors of
>painting (red, yellow, and blue) because the primary
>colors of light are different (red, green, blue).
>
>remember the primary colour and their opposites:
>(also known as additive and subtractive primaries)
>
>red = cyan
>green = magenta
>blue = yellow
>
>those are the basic rules.
>
>so if you paint blue on the negative, it will be
>yellow on the positive.
>if you paint yellow on the negative, it will be blue
>on the positive.
>
>a quick internet search on "additive primaries" and
>"subtractive primaries" should yeild a few color
>wheels for you.
>
>let me know if you have any further questions. i just
>finished a color separation film shot on black and
>white and printed to color through filters, so i've
>got color theory coming out my ass right now.
>
>
>amanda dawn christie
>vancouver bc
>
>
>--- Adrian Tagmenveca wrote:
>
>> Most folks paint the film and use that as the
>> positive image, right? What happens if you paint
>> clear leader and intercut that with photographic
>> negative? Is there a color wheel or list of sorts
>> that would guide me on what painted colors would
>> produce what positive images?
>>
>> Thanks!
>> AT
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>>
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