@alexlaw I have a few thoughts, but no strong ones on process. I would deffo do a matte print and then do your over-painting after that? Depending on the tooth of the paper and porousness of it, the printer ink may run. I've had that happen in the past when I printed on canvas and then applied liquid acrylic over it. But I also did not wait a very long time between paint application and printing. There may need to be a barrier spray applied in places and then another coating done to finish. Maybe others may have less intensive thoughts. :D
@ksstarbuck ohh thank you for the suggestions!! What kind of spray would I use? Would that be in between the print and the paint?
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