The Archival Pigment Emulsion Transfer System was developed by Bonny Lhotka. Her DASS ART line of products enables users to coat uncoated papers for inkjet printing or transfer images from pigment-printed, Inkjet Transparency films to a wide array of substrates, including paper, metal, and ceramics.
DASS ART Stone Paper Sheets are “paper” made from limestone and resin. They lay flat, resist tearing and are waterproof. Suitable for watercolor, oil and acrylic paints, pastels, mixed media, pencils and DASS Art Pigment Transfers or direct printing with DASS Universal Precoat II, an inkjet emulsion.
When using the SuperSauce Solution to transfer an image to Stone Paper, you will need to mix a slightly different formula of SuperSauce. Follow the normal directions for mixing; however, you will need to add a total of 18 ounces of 91% isopropyl alcohol to 4 tablespoons of concentrate. Label your mason jar clearly as "Stone Paper SuperSauce Solution" as it may be too thin to use efficiently for other processes.
*Stone Paper is considered a STUDENT GRADE product. Its color fidelity is sensitive to environmental factors. Protect from UV light, to increase longevity. It will degrade in a landfill when exposed to sunlight, heat and moisture.
|Paper Base Tone||Bright White|
|Thickness||under 5 mil|