From: l d (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Mar 27 2007 - 19:22:54 PDT
Thanks a lot, Ken. I'm going to look into the Fotomask as it sounds
about right for what I need.
On Mar 27, 2007, at 11:38 AM, Ken Paul Rosenthal wrote:
> Fotospeed (www.fotospeed.com) makes an item called 'Fotomask
> MK50' (cat. FS07310). It is a liquid which can be painted onto any
> photographic emulsion. It dries rapidly to form a water and
> chemical proof skin which protects the coated area from subsequent
> dyeing/toning/bleaching/etching, etc. A piece of adhesive tape can
> be applied to peel it off in one sheet after it's dried.
> It is not clear.
> Rubber cement is another possibility and is comparatively clear,
> and can be thinned down for more precises control.
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