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Jerry, How is the print's smoothness on the Stonehenge? I tried a sheet a long time ago in my 300 and the results were abominable. Total mottling. I remember this paper from art classes in the 70's, It was great for lithography. I possibly printed on the wrong side, I only had a couple sheets when I tried it. How does it compare to the Arches bright white? Jerry Jerry Nevins wrote: > > I have been printing all of my portfolio work using MIS quads in both an > 1160 and a 1520 for some time now. I am very happy with the results using > Stonehenge paper (Rising paper Co., 22X30 sheets, 140 lb, ph buffered, 100% > cotton rag, heavily sized to hold the ink well, $1.08/sheet)... I finish it > with a damar varnish overspray to bump up the gamut and to further protect > ink from oxidation. > > I have little experience using this inkset on Glossy clay coated papers so I > can't vouch for the quality there. > > If anyone would like to compare Piezography with the MIS quads... I'd be > happy to exchange prints from the same file on the same paper. > > I'd like to sponsor a travelling portfolio to be shown at my college art > gallery and to send it on the road to other college galleries... any > interest out there? > > An extensive portfolio of my new digital quad work can be found at: > > www.jnevins.com > > Peace, > > Jerry Nevins > Professor, Visual and Performing Arts Department > Albertus Magnus College > New haven, CT > > www.albertus.edu > > ____________________________ > BN3 Hosted Customer Service Solution, basic service FREE. > CRM enable your web site in 5 minutes! http://www.bn3.com > - > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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