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Art and science: what product hardens paper?

Discussion in 'Art section' started by breckjensen, Sep 11, 2017.

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    Hi there,

    I want to lay some thin paper into the form and apply a product that will help the paper hold the form without oversaturating and ruining the paper.

    Said product will not overly effect the transparency of the paper.

    It would be nice if said product did allow for the paper to be manipulated without the paper tearing, crimping or otherwise getting funky.

    After drying, the paper will need to hold this form under light heat and should not discolor or burst into flames.

    The only things that comes to my mind is gesso or liquid starch, or some kind of wax that can tolerate minor heat but I'm not sure if I'm even close or if such a wax exitsts..

    Do you know a product that will preform this miraculous feat?

    Thanks!







    I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
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