From: Jay Hudson (email suppressed)
Date: Tue May 20 2008 - 03:46:22 PDT
Also check this site out from the super 8 center in the Netherlands
Be forewarned. Every source you look at on hand processing will tell you different things about what is correct.
Meg Jamieson <email suppressed> wrote: well, Helen Hill, of course, Recipes for Disaster. You can download it
here, and donate. The next link is for the memorial site, for more
information or if you don't know about her work. Otherwise, an archive
search will turn up a lot of information. So much depends on the stock you
are starting out with. Good luck. Meg
> Hello frameworkers. I'm gaining an interest in
> exploring some hand processing techniques, but don't
> really know where to begin. There's a great class at
> sfai this summer on it, but I really can't afford the
> tuition. Does anyone know of a good book or website
> that I could go to, or maybe someone who'd be willing
> to share their knowlege? I'm going to school in the
> fall, and there will be some resources there
> hopefully, but I want to cover all my bases. Thanks.
> Charles Chadwick
> humanity, ltd.
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at
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For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.