Emulsion lift - cemetery urn

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  1. terri

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    I don't have many, but here's a cemetery offering.... this was taken at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta. Cool old place!

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    ooohhh, me like. :D

    what did you mount this on?
     
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    I don't remember the brand name, but it was 140# cold pressed water color paper.

    Glad you like it!! :cheer: One of these days I'll be brave enough to start slapping this stuff onto receptors other than paper. I'm not there yet, though!! :wink:
     
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    i have one here that i mounted on glass. it's much easy to move the emulsion around on glass, but then... i can't really scan it cause the thickness of the glass makes it look blurry when it's scanned. it's a little weird. oh well.

    i want to try putting some on something like cheesecloth. could be interesting.
     
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    easier*

    oops. :p
     

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