I need to transfer images from the digital prints made on inkjet printer? (I have printer: HP OfficeJet Pro 8715)
According to my research - often inkjet inks are water soluable, and in a presence of water images will inprint, or transfer onto soft, wet clay surface. I do not expect the image to be permanent - it is just a guide for carving and applying underglazes to my clay slab. However, I cannot get this to work with my inkjet. I have tried various settings thinking the ink might remain wet after printing including printing in Best mode, and printing with Max DPI.
I am using a Costco Multipurpose Copy Paper that does not say Color Lock on the packaging.
Thanks for the reply. I just tried peeling all the labels off a sheet of Avery labels and printing on the shiny side. I also set the paper type to gloss. It transferred perfectly. So now, I have ordered a ream of Freezer Paper sheets and hope the shiny side will do the same thing.
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