Re: [Frameworks] Help!

From: marilyn brakhage <>
Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2011 10:30:46 -0700

You can draw or paint on previously processed film, or use black or
clear leader. Stan used many different sorts of paints and inks. In
earlier years, he used acrylic paints and then sprayed with "Crystal
Clear" for more long-lasting adhesion. Later, he switched to some
less toxic paints and also sometimes used permanent markers, such as
Sharpie pens. He would then generally have an internegative made
using an optical printer.

There are probably quite a few people on this list who have
experimented with different methods and materials. ??

Marilyn Brakhage

On 20-Sep-11, at 9:07 AM, Bola de Fuego wrote:

> Hi!
> I´m new to this forum, and my question is about hand painted film.
> I was making some research for a thing I have to make and found some
> beautiful hand painted films, then I tried to find information about
> it on the web and didn´t found much....
> Can somebody help me? I found some Stan Brakhage examples and images
> of the film strip itself but don´t know if I have to do it with an
> special ink or paint in undeveloped film or not or if that´s my
> choice...
> Can somebody help me with that?
> Thank you very much!
> Issa GarcĂ­a Ascot
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