First round of three inch photo paintings on its second coat of gloss acrylic gel medium drying.
The “gel transfer” directions didn’t say the paper would curl up like this but it shouldn’t be a problem in the long run.
One print stayed flat, no idea what I did different.


The photos are architectural details from historic Scranton buildings. Some were take many years ago on film and processed in a traditional darkroom by Professor Spats. The other were taken by me last week with a Nikon digital SLR. The film prints were scanned and both then edited in photoshop.

These will dry overnight after a third coat has been applied and the the prints can be soaked and the paper removed from the acrylic medium, which will supposedly have absorbed the ink.

I have waterslide decal ink jet
paper in the mail just in case. 😉

I’ll let you know how it works out.