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Old 09-27-2007, 10:43 AM   #3
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shelly: I have a long way to go, but I'm really motivated. Thanks again!
Oh YAY!!! I'm so glad to hear that things are going well and that the 2200 turned out to be a good printer for you...

If you begin to look at 3rd party papers (vs. Epson papers), take a look at Hawk Mountain Art Papers paper as they make really lovely paper at decent prices and they are a very nice company to work with.

While they have free paper profiles for practically all their papers, I can also recommend Cathy's Profiles for custom paper profiles--the profile she did for me for Hawk Mountain Osprey Textured paper works on all of the Hawk Mountain paper I use (makes sense if you think about it as the inkjet coating is probably the same (or similar) on all their papers) and at $35/profile, it's not too pricey.

Do keep us posted on what sorts of projects you are working on...

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