Is anyone scanning and printing their own artwork and if so, which printer are you using? I love my low end Epson except for the fact that it won’t take anything heavier than cardstock and I’m thinking I would like to print some small prints on heavier paper…maybe. Just looking for info. Thanks!
I use a few Daniel Smith colors and love them. But, am I the only one who has issues with their package i.e. their tubes. The tops of the top (The little raised round on the very top)…seem to pull away and leave the paint exposed. Today I was setting up a new travel palette and went to open a tube of Green Gold..the top was was not screwed on too tight, the tube was in a plastic bag and that was in a plastic tub with a lid
When I went to open the tube it came apart at the”shoulder” and I ended up with a piece in each hand and the paint inside was a dried up lump. ;-( Was not a pretty sight.
Morning, Charlie! Cleared cache, rebooted computer and still get the 500 error, on two different devices. Can’t respond to replies or comments and can’t get into my artwork to post today’s image. Thanks for letting me know that you are aware of the problem and I know you will get it all worked out.
I’ve only done one book with Coptic binding…the stitches are nice and tight but there is space between the signatures when the book is open. Having never even seen a book with that kind of binding I’m not sure if I did it correctly or not. I rather enjoyed doing the stitch once I got the rhythm of it. My mind tends to wander when I do something repetitive so I may have missed a very important step in the process..:-).
Love all of your sketchbooks!!! I did bookbinding 20 + years ago and then gave it up to pursue other projects. Tried making a couple of journals recently and have forgotten everything I had learned…thank heaven for YouTube! Here are a couple of books I did recently…have a long way to go.
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