I've been working in Gum Bichromate for a year or so now. I've got a glass coating rod which works great for prints up to 11" wide, but my quandary of late has been how to get a good coating on big paper.
I recently made a series of 5 prints for my College capstone course using gum bichromate measuring in at 30x44 inches. I used a water mister to spray the emulsion on. And it worked fairly well actually, but I'd like to get the process a little more refined, and get a smoother, move even coating. So I was wondering if anybody had some suggestions.
I've been considering an airbrush set, but I'm not sure how well that would work out - and if the emulsion will spray out well. It's also a bit pricey as I don't own a compressor. I'm willing to spend a hundred or so bucks on this if it's a good solution.
Thanks in Advance,