What is "Panopy" ? Did a Google and it didn't come up.How soft is soft? They don't feel the same as the lights, but they do feel pret-ty soft (the pricey brands, that is). They are somewhat rubbery, though. I even know some people who prefer them because they're smooth, whereas some lights feel a little coarse and sandpapery.
I haven't tried that Panopy stuff yet, am interested to know how much better it really is before I plunk down a wad of dough. If somebody can tell me it's almost indistinguishable from a light transfer, I'll order it immediately.
What is "Panopy" ? Did a Google and it didn't come up.
Oh no! I made a typo. Don't anybody let my husband see this…It is called "Paropy" Inkjet Dark and Joto Paper is the master distributor of this paper.
It will be listed under the name “Inkjet Transfer Paper Green Grid” on this page...
Here is the direct link to the paper…
It is 49.00 for a 50pack - 8.5x11 - at Joto's site
(they also carry it in 11x17)
Coastal also carries it - Paropy INKJET OPAQUE Transfer Paper 8.5" x 11" (50 sheets) Click for Discounts
It is a very nice opaque paper – one of my favorites - but it does not "feel" like a "light-transfer".
NO opaque transfer will feel like a "light-transfer".
They are two different birds all together!