>>There is no right or proper way, and there is no wrong or improper way,
>>inking a bromoil print. There are only flexible ways and inflexible
>>is a really a matter of personal philosophy more so than technique, isn't
>This is exactly what I expected as an answer and also were afraid of.
>indicated how to do it; read the old manuals and there is explained how to
>things; words like 'it works extremely well','only flexible ways and
>ways', 'only creative ways and dogmatic by-the-numbers ways'; it is a kind
>arrogance what brings me to leave the list.
When Gene has explained how he does it and said that there is no one way of
doing it and has adopted a non dogmatic approach, how can you possibly
accuse him of arrogance ?
Surely it is the dogmatic and inflexible approach which implies arrogance ?
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