Questions/POLLS/Mentors Topic -  Lazertran Silk paper for PC (363 views) Notify me whenever anyone posts in this discussion.Subscribe
 
From: aramina5 DelphiPlus Member Icon2/17/16 2:47 AM 
To: 7Jackie DelphiPlus Member Icon  (10 of 15) 
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Sounds like a plan!
 
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From: Ladyartist052/18/16 9:22 AM 
To: Pat (TRICIART)  (11 of 15) 
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I actually have those Pavelka water slides but haven't used them yet.  Hope I don't have the same problem.   My suggestion would be for you to contact Lisa.  She is a wonderful teacher and I am sure she would be glad to help you.  Also maybe her websites has tutorials for them.  I can't remember.  

 

 

 
From: Pat (TRICIART)2/18/16 10:40 AM 
To: Ladyartist05  (12 of 15) 
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I may do that.  I've checked her tutes and she makes it seem so easy.  But I did have problems with it so it's evidently not as easy as she claims.  If I ever perfect it I'll post the way I did it.  I also get a lot of tiny bubbles that I have not been able to get rid of so it's very frustrating.

Thanks,

Pat

 

 
From: Pat (TRICIART)2/18/16 10:44 AM 
To: SherryBinNH  (13 of 15) 
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Hi Sherry,

I've been using a tile to work on but it seems like the film strip itself does the smearing on the clay when I start to slide the paper backing off.

Thanks,

Pat

 

 
From: Pat (TRICIART)2/18/16 10:46 AM 
To: SherryBinNH  (14 of 15) 
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How does the lazertran work for you?

Pat

 

 
From: TbyTrina3/9/16 7:04 PM 
To: Pat (TRICIART) unread  (15 of 15) 
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Our dear departed Dotty McMillan was the Lazertan expert. There should be some good tutorials around. I think her video Transfer Magic was before she found the Lazertran.

 

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