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Kim K Red flower prints 005

the first thing down will come up on the top of the painting. the black lines were done with a tiny tip on a plastic bottle. hard to control but it does work very well. the colors are all amaco velvet underglazes. kim mixes them with mayco stroke and coat to get the perfect color. she keeps them in a wide palette and allows them to dry. when she is ready to use them, she sprays them with water to make them workable. great idea! the paper is a newsprint pad i got from the dollar tree. it is very strong and did not tear.


this has finally dried so i can start the transfer.

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printing bright colors for the first time

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  • 5.7 mm
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  • f f/2.9
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