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  1. meridi

    Cyanotypes on Delicate Surfaces

    @vintagesnaps I'll definitely look into something like bristol, I've had success with cyanotype-ing it before, and look into paper for books also, thanks! I definitely want to try shortening the rinse time but it was pretty minimal when I first tried the mulberry @smoke665 as far as I...
  2. meridi

    Cyanotypes on Delicate Surfaces

    @smoke665 I have considered that but I'm not sure how that may effect the solubility of the paper, it very well may end up causing the cyanotype solution to simply sit on top of the paper and not seep in - which sometimes works well with things like clayboard or masonite but with the paper still...
  3. meridi

    Cyanotypes on Delicate Surfaces

    Hey y'all, I am working on a series of cyanotypes in which I manipulate my paper/fabric before exposing - I fold and gather parts together to create a textural effect and, in some cases, sharp lines that intersect each other and form geometric fields of blue and white. The results have proven...
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