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Re: [BKARTS] new book



I am one of the authors of a new book which has just been released.
Digital Art Studio: Techniques for combining inkjet printing with
traditional art materials
by Karin Schminke
Dorothy Simpson Krause
Bonny Pierce Lhotka

In Chapter 9, ³Creating Three Dimensional Work², there are several books
shown and a demonstration of making the accordion-fold book ³Vengeance is
Mine², which can be seen at
http://www.DOTKRAUSE.com/art/books/3books/Body%20%2B%20Soul.htm

The book is a manual of innovative techniques developed to integrate inkjet
printing with traditional artists tools and processes. Ten years of
experimentation previously available only within limited workshops is
presented for artists interested in exploring this new genre of digital/
mixed media. Topics include:
    creating unique surfaces on which to print
    underprinting and overprinting
    wet transfers
    dry emulsion transfers
    gelatin (fresco) transfers
    layered printing
    dimensional images
    fabric printing
160 pages, includes 300 full-color illustrations with step-by-step
instructions.

One of the demonstrations from page 38 - 39, Base Method; Preparing Nonwoven
Fabric, has been posted on the Digital Atelier website to give a sense of
the way the content is presented. It can be found at
http://www.digitalatelier.com/DigitalArtStudio/BaseMethod.html

Digital Art Studio is published by Watson-Guptill,  It can be ordered from
Amazon for $20.37 via http://www.DigitalAtelier.com or from Watson-Guptill
for $29.95 at http://www.watsonguptill.com/detail.html?id=0-8230-1342-1

Thanks for letting me share,
Dot



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