From: H.A. Lawson (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Mar 27 2007 - 09:19:05 PDT
When I first read John's email I thought he was somehow recommending SPAM
as a solution to this problem. The kind in the tin.
Seriously though, have you tried a teeny-tiny square or strip of paper
tape? I know it is safe for film and peels off easily, but not sure how
it would react to whatever chemicals you are using in the process. A test
strip wouldn't hurt. It's a major pain to cut a square and apply it
straight if you are using super 8 though, (I recommend one of those
magnifying glasses on a swivel lamp arm, some tweezers and an exacto
knife.) But it comes in very narrow widths already which can be trimmed
easily. I'd love to see what you come up with in the end.
best of luck!
On Tue, March 27, 2007 8:56 am, Madison Brookshire wrote:
- Clear nail polish should do the trick. But beware, nail polish remover
- might take away more than just nail polish! Try a small section first.
- Also, there's some masking fluid used in painting that just peels
- right off when you're finished with it.
- Winsor and Newton makes some:
- "Colorless Art Masking Fluid is used for masking areas of work needing
- protection when color is applied in broad washes. It can be cleaned
- with water immediately after use, and must be removed within 24
- In my experience, their products are usually good. Available at almost
- any art supply store.
- Good luck,
- On 3/26/07, l d <email suppressed> wrote:
-> Hey all, I am wondering if anyone knows of a clear glue I could paint
-> on and use to mask off a figure within the frame. I am using another
-> technique to distort the emulsion and I would like to be able to
-> leave a figure untouched while everything else around it explodes in
-> color. Thanks!
-> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
- For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.