SunPrint Paper Kit
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- Made in the USA. Ages 6 to Adult.
- Contains 15 sheets, 20 X 30 cm or approx. 8" X 12".
- This kit includes a 20 X 30 cm acrylic sheet.
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The SunPrint Solar Paper lets you makes beautiful pictures by placing objects on the paper and exposing it to the sun. The paper undergoes a chemical change when exposed to sunlight. Save the print by soaking in water then drying. The Sunprint paper can be used for a creative, solar art project. With this paper you can also demonstrate UV blocking sunscreen by smearing sunscreen on plexiglass and exposing the paper to the sun. Use different strengths of sunscreen and see how the image has changed.
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Top customer reviews
Getting this Sunprint kit seemed perfect since I had already chosen to do my Final paper on Anna Atkins.
I played around with 3D objects, negative contact printing, and finally I slapped on an 8x10 print, print -side down, to create a giant negative. Cool stuff.
I exposed the 3D stuff for 1-2 minutes in direct sunlight, the b/w negatives for 3 minutes, and the print for 50 minutes. Pretty cool.
The paper was easy to use and made very stunning and vivid silhouettes. We laid our items out in the waning evening sunshine, and developed them in a shallow pan of water. The paper and image remained light and the contrast increased as the paper dried. We did not use a back piece under the solar paper, nor the clear Plexiglas as recommended, as we did these with 16 boys at once and did not have the resources to do more than one at a time.