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RE: transferring images

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Sharon Hause (smhause)
Fri, 08 Jan 1999 13:00:05 PST


For those who choose not to try lighter fluid because of the odor-
on the market you can purchase odorless charcoal lighter.

>From: "Fields, Linda" <fieldsl.us>
>To: "'acarolan.us'" <acarolan.us>
>Cc: "'artsednet.edu'" <artsednet.edu>
>Subject: RE: transferring images
>Date: Fri, 8 Jan 1999 15:18:17 -0500
>
>I think what you have to do with polymer medium or modpodge is to coat
the
>image a layer at a time, going vertically with strokes one time,
>horizontally the next. After you've done about 7 coats and it is
thoroughly
>dry, soak the coated paper in water, then gently rub the paper off the
back.
>What you end up with is a transluscent image like a decal that can then
be
>applied using more acrylic medium. This works on hard surfaced, glossy
>images like magazine photos. Linda in NC
>> ----------
>> From: Ann Carolan[SMTP:acarolan.us]
>> Reply To: acarolan.us
>> Sent: Friday, January 08, 1999 5:21 AM
>> To: fmaiu+@pitt.edu; artsednet.edu
>> Subject: Re: transferring images
>>
>> I tried polymer: modge podge (I think that's like polymer or am I
>> wrong?) and it didn't work.
>>

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