Digital printing - new technique and new problem

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Martin Ball New Member • Posts: 2
Digital printing - new technique and new problem

I have developed a technique involving the application of water to a digitally printed image whereby the image is lifted from the surface of the paper and can be re-positioned or fragmented or even drift off the page as the water flows away, leaving only traces of the image remaining. I have generated some very effective pieces using this technique. However, I have recently purchased a new roll of paper and it no longer seems to work at all, which is obviously quite a disaster!

I have been printing onto HP universal semi-gloss using an OCE CS2236 plotter. I would be grateful if anybody has any suggestions of a new paper type to use, or has any idea why this has happened (I don't really know why it worked with only this specific paper in the first place). It's a long shot I know, but any help on this would be much appreciated.

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