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Old 07-29-2019, 11:34 AM
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Originally Posted by Paper Kosmonaut View Post
I found that printing and copying on full gloss metallic paper might be a little difficult. Most modern machines appear to have trouble with the shiny surface. it keeps copiers from electrolysing the surface to attach the toner to. I once tried it with an Atlas/Mercury rocket. It wouldn't work.
However, there *is* a very doable option. There is a ground you can use called Digital ground by Golden.
After applying two layers of the stuff, you can simply use an inkjet printer to print it all out. Afterwards, you apply an extra layer of fixative over it to avoid smearing.
(I read you don;t have an inkjet, but you could try this at your local copy centre - they might also have an inkjet printer..)
But anyway, this works.
It seems that the Golden site does not exist anymore, Is there another place to get the digital ground material?
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Old 08-08-2019, 09:26 AM
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It seems that Golden has discontinued their digigrounds
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