B&W FB Paper for handcoloring

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  1. welby44

    welby44 TPF Noob!

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    I am looking for a recomendation for a new fiber base paper for handcoloring with Marshall oils. In the past I have always printed on the Agfa Classic which of course is no longer available. I am now printing on the Ilford MG warmtone semi-matte and my handcolorist is stressing out trying to work on this. I should also ad that it needs to sepia tone well to a nice warm brown. Any help would be greatly aprieciated.
     
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    ladyphotog TPF Noob!

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    I have always liked Oriental Seagull for handcoloring or tinting. It is a really creamy paper if you have never used it, just beautiful.
     
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    I've just answered the above post the same, it is great stuff I agree.
     
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    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Ilford WT will definitely give a warm brown sepia - beautiful stuff!

    I've not worked with Oriental, but can give a thumb's up to Kentmere papers.
     

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