Note: To protect the privacy of our members, e-mail addresses have been removed from the archived messages. As a result, some links may be broken.
> I have something like those plates-thicker than transparency masters but
> thinner than plexiglass. I was able to get some plexiglass scraps from a
> large hardware/building supply place. i then cut them down into manageable
> for awhile the owner was saving the scraps for me but I had some trouble
> stopping that often.
> I found some students did beautiful jobs with monoprinting but others had
> the most trouble with that method. FRan
> On Fri, 6 Aug 1999, Teri S. Mason wrote:
> > I want to do some monoprinting with my kids this year. I've done it on
> > Plexiglas myself, but it's so expensive! Does anyone have experience
> > with something called "Plastic Drypoint plates?" They are with the
> > printing supplies in the Sax catalog, but I don't know what they are
> > like. Are they similar to Plexiglas or are they more like plastic
> > overhead transparency sheets (which I've used for monoprints, but was
> > not happy).
> > Thanks for your expertise!
> > teri