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Forum: Scenic Stamping with Kevin Nakagawa of Stampscapes 05-11-2009, 02:28 PM
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Posted By k_nak
I've used coated glossy and coated smooth matte...

I've used coated glossy and coated smooth matte (non glossy) but I haven't used a coated paper that was neither. My guess is that it's a smooth hot press paper that would be slightly more absorbent...
Forum: Scenic Stamping with Kevin Nakagawa of Stampscapes 05-10-2009, 11:18 PM
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Posted By k_nak
This is such a charming piece. Love the look of...

This is such a charming piece. Love the look of it.

By doing this piece, you have 100% more experience with the medium than I do so I don't have any advice. But, it certainly doesn't appear to...
Forum: Scenic Stamping with Kevin Nakagawa of Stampscapes 05-10-2009, 01:38 AM
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Posted By k_nak
Love the look of that Mulberry paper!

Love the look of that Mulberry paper!
Forum: Scenic Stamping with Kevin Nakagawa of Stampscapes 05-06-2009, 10:08 AM
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Posted By k_nak
Sounds interesting. You'll have to let me know...

Sounds interesting. You'll have to let me know how that works out if you try it. ~K
Forum: Scenic Stamping with Kevin Nakagawa of Stampscapes 05-05-2009, 12:18 PM
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Posted By k_nak
If you're going for a transparent layered look,...

If you're going for a transparent layered look, you would avoid pigment inks on glossy paper.

I'm not an authority on paper and ink combinations because there are so many different brands of inks...
Forum: Scenic Stamping with Kevin Nakagawa of Stampscapes 05-04-2009, 11:27 PM
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Posted By k_nak
Hello Karen. For matte paper, a smooth surface...

Hello Karen. For matte paper, a smooth surface is always the best for high density stippled imagery. The reason being is that stippled images are comprised of dots and any paper with "tooth" to it...
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