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Re: [BKARTS] double-sided paste paper

I never noticed that stretch was much of a problem. If the paper is dry, the acrylic paint that is most often used won't rehydrate enough to be an issue. Not one that I've ever had, however. I used to do a lot of 2-sided paste painting.

The paper will be rather more cockled perhaps, but one could try to press it flat as usual with a very warm iron and pieces of clean newsprint. It isn't really a biggie when using it. The paper itself takes all the attention.

Eugene, OR


On Jun 8, 2009, at 12:58 PM, Peter Verheyen wrote:

What do you do about the paper stretching again when the paste is applied? Do you remoisten? What about the other side getting smudged?

This double-sided pastepaper is intriguing.


Quoting Susan King <susaneking@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>:

Yes, you have to let one side dry and then work on the back side. I'd
make the original sheet large enough to cut the paper down. I imagine
you'd get some paint on the front when you flip it over to work on the


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