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The removal and the transfer of the emulsion was a peice of cake but after they had been left to dry on the paper for 12 hours the emulsion simple crinkled or rolled and refused to adhere to the paper. I am using a Bockingford 300gsm Water Colour Paper. What is going on?
-- Danny Eastwood (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 01, 2001
I was wondering if you used a roller to push the emulsion down onto the paper while it was still wet? If this is the problem I would even try rewetting the ones you already did and rolling them onto the paper to see if you can salvage them. I use one from Hobby Lobby that is hard but flexible rubber. I think they are called brayer rollers. If you already did this I can't imagine why your emulsion is pealing up!
Good luck! Angela
-- Angela (email@example.com), April 02, 2001.
We have found that using Fabriano 140 pound hot press works the best.
-- Jim and Sonia Austin (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 19, 2002.