Re: Transferring computer printed design to skin info needed


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Posted by Catherine Cartwright Jones on August 6, 2002 at 12:33:39:

In reply to: Transferring computer printed design to skin info needed posted by Maureen on August 6, 2002 at 09:55:34:

With an ink jet printer, I can get a transfer with rubbing alcohol or
water. I moisten the skin, press down the paper and I get a transfer.
Not a particularly good transfer, but enough to work with. This
doesn't happen with laser printing.

I get better transfers by going over the printout with an aquarellable
pencil, moistening the skin with water, and pressing the paper down on
the damp skin. The aquarellable pencil transfers right over.

Actually, I never use transfers in work, I just experiment from time
to time because people ask how .....

 


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