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Fwd: Re: transferring images

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Debi13
Tue, 5 Jan 1999 11:40:13 EST


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There is a book on Photo and transfer processes. The chapter on Transfer
> printing processes has Solvent Transfer like turpentine, lighter fluid,
> mineral spirits, acetone and rubber cement. I like to make decals using
> numerous coats of acrylic and washing the paper off. The result is a clear
> image. The techniques take some experimentation and work.

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Debi13 wrote:
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> There is a book on Photo and transfer processes. The chapter on Transfer
> printing processes has Solvent Transfer like turpentine, lighter fluid,
> mineral spirits, acetone and rubber cement. I like to make decals using
> numerous coats of acrylic and washing the paper off. The result is a clear
> image. The techniques take some experimentation and work.

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