I have a photo-resist glass etching mask material that is pretty cool… but to use it, you need a master artwork positive on a transparent substrate. It would look something like this:
To use this masking material, it is common to start with a laser print onto transparency film as seen above. But the quality of your final product depends a lot on how dense your printer puts down toner. Some printers just don’t work that well.
Now, I could use a vinyl cutter to make the art, but the photo-resist masking material can hold fine details like halftones… that is why it is so cool… and you can’t cut vinyl that fine. And if you could, I would just apply the vinyl directly to the work item anyway.
Can anyone think of a way to use our GFs to produce a sharp, opaque image on a clear substrate, with no impractically fine weeding required?
If you blast paint off glass, you you do that without damaging the glass?