Re: inkjet transfer
Thanks for this book mention; I bought it and it is well worth the bucks. It is like the Experimental Photography Workbook of digital. I have never thought about so many ways to print out an image. I think I am going to dub the author the Martha Stewart of digital printing.
----- Original Message ----- From: "K M" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2007 5:25 PM
Subject: Re: inkjet transfer
Hi all, Although I have not done inkjet transfer on my own yet, I once did a quick sample as part of a workshop with Dorothy Simpson Krause, one of the contributors to the book under discussion. The three artists who wrote the book show a bit of their work on this site: http://www.digitalatelier.com/ and Krause has a site with lots of her wonderful work here: http://www.dotkrause.com/ http://www.dotkrause.com/process/process.htm The link directly above is a gallery of work with lots of descriptions of transfer techniques (with InkAid etc) she uses. Click on a thumbnail image to get to a page that describes the transfer technique used. Karen Molloy ==================================================== On 9/11/07, henk thijs <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Hi Judy,