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Re: LA area photocopying possibilities -another way to handle it~
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- Subject: Re: LA area photocopying possibilities -another way to handle it~
- From: Karen Sanders <karen@COMPGEN.COM>
- Date: Wed, 17 Mar 1999 04:15:06 -0500
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Another method of getting your image on the paper would be to make
a transfer (at Kinko's, known as t-shirt transfer) and then apply that on
Just saw a show of things-hanging-on-a-wall here a main image was
generated from a photo -> transfer, affixed to "print" paper, then
pastels and other media used to complete the piece.
Examined very closely, the transfer surface looks like little reflective
Agree, not what you asked...but maybe another way to reach your end.