Anelok: the art of window-making
hellekin at gnu.org
Sat Jan 31 18:47:46 UTC 2015
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On 01/31/2015 10:59 AM, Werner Almesberger wrote:
*** Very nice documentation Werner!
I was thinking, maybe you could use some silicon instead of tape, so
that it would keep liquid from creeping through. Or some paste of the
blue-tak style that you would put in place with the (inverted) mask,
then remove the mask, paint, and then remove the paste. I would expect
less liquid paint going under a liquid mask. Another solution would be
to use some kind of light glue for children (not to sniff but to glue
paper): a thin layer of that would definitely prevent paint from
passing, and you'd have to peel it off.
BTW, it would be nice to start going through the mailing list archive
and make a blog of the experiments from the beginning. The fund-raising
campaign would be better for it. I'm going to make a campaign for a
device soon. Will be happy to pay you a visit and have a chat.
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