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> > > hi: I'm curous, when you guys talk about printing on canvas, are you printing > on the plain fabic or is the canvas covered with gesso? And are you using > cotton or linen? And when you say ultrastable what do you mean? is the canvas > tightly woven or course? Is it thick or thin? Ultrastable is a brand name for a canvas substrate specially prepared for inkjet printing. It's thinner than standard cotton duck or linen, and has a glossy surface. If your image was scanned from an oil painting, your print will look like a varnished painting. You can find out more and inkjetmall.com There are other products like this on the market. Mile High (www.accuplot.com) carries several. Red River too (www.redriverpaper.com) John Ennis http://www.voicenet.com/~ennis/ - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.