Alexandra Warren Lamp Shades September 24th, 2018 - 01:28:56
So the heating method didn't work, but I did a bit of research and found a video where someone had used spray lacquer to saturate the paper and take the toner off the paper and transfer it onto in his case, a piece of wood. I want to try to do it onto the back of the plastic.
He recommended its making sure the material was as smooth as possible and, as I mentioned before, there's two two surfaces on this piece of plastic. So you can see the really glossy side at the moment. I flip it around that's the matte side, so I think there is acetone in the lacquer spray lacquer, which should do the magic.I don't have a an etching press at the moment, so I'm on a just try use this rolling, pin and hope that works.
I'm also on a wear a vapor mask, as I always do when I'm spraying, which I'm also going to do outside. So these are black and white laser images and I'm going to apply Tom oil onto the paper just to do it before laughter. That's how transparent the paper is, with a bulb about 10 centimeters behind. Can you see a difference just going to use a dry rack? Just to wipe any excess oil off, this paint has gone from primer to stain blocker