|Left- Purell Right- Matte medium|
Lotus asked about the process - so I thought I'd add this small addendum:
I have, thus far, tried Purell on Polyester, cotton flannel and paper.
1. I used Apollo inkjet transparency film( NOT the QUICK DRY one) - I also plan to try DASS's transfer films as well an InkAid's.
2. I used my finger to spread a bit of of Purell around on the fabric/paper - not a lot but enough to dampen the area that will be covered with the transfer. Then I placed the transfer on top of the fabric/paper and used a teflon folder to burnish the film onto the fabric/paper. I did use a firm hand with the folder.
3. Then I peeled the film off and - lo and behold - a perfect, total, crisp, transfer!
I know that there are other posts about this technique on the web. I think the DASS (Digital Alchemy) site mentions it.
You could join Leslie Rileys Yahoo Group too - lots of information in the files. Great group!
It's like magic...and I am pleased with these results - some of the clearest images I've ever gotten - and I almost didn't try it !