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Tags: Derivan, Matisse, Photo, Techniques, Transfers
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D: oh ok 🙂 ty
nice information that help me to know that it will dent it with just on finger nail ^^
Pretty much yes you can – however the varnish will not be super hard – you will still be able to “dent” it with your finger nail
well i’m doing a paper bead project and i need like a gloss/glaze to make my paper bead harden and strong and clear, will it work if i don’t but it in water and just put on some gloss varnish on my paper bead?
( so basicly like does gloss varnish works like diamond glaze?
diamond glaze is a glaze that makes like paper harden)
Extra thanks for addressing the archival nature of this technique. That kind of info is often very difficult to find.
you can use many differrent printers – the easiest way to check is to take a wet cloth and rub the print- if the ink bleeds easily then it will not work! if it doesn’t then it will probably be fine
hi it is Matisse medium MM7 polymer gloss varnish
Good instruction. Could write the name of liquid transfer?…I can’t read the brand in the bottle.
Darn good instruction. Thank you.
sorry there however there is no real way to make something light fast other than to keep it out of direct sunlight!
yes it shoudl be fine on a tile ….however only for decorative purposes – you couldn’t use the tiles for a bench top
hi. if the color is not light fast, what do u advice to paint over it to fasten the color? will a coat or two of clear gell be good for that? thanks
Will this work on tile?
I have been trying to find you all over Youtube!!!!!
You know what I think I like about this is it’s a little like a polaroid transfer without the film, without figuring how to make that machine I have take a slide…..
Would this work with color photographs?
Hey! thanks for the video! have been looking for a product like this for quite sometime…I just got some Matisse products last week, hope the same place stocks this stuff too…
just a quick question, will this work on a porcelain surface?? (a flat white dish to be more precise)
Thanks in Advance!