Recreating missing pieces
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I recently bought a page that had several panels inserted digitally. I'd like to replace them to display the page.

I'm pretty sure I can handle the art end of this. (Most of it. I'm going to have to track down the non-Ditko panel.) But I'm looking for advice on mounting it.

Obviously I'm not going to do anything to the actual page. No glue. No tape. I'm thinking the new panels should be mounted on an acid-free layer of acetate? Anyone have any experience with anything like this?

 

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1 hour ago, rikemice said:

I recently bought a page that had several panels inserted digitally. I'd like to replace them to display the page.

I'm pretty sure I can handle the art end of this. (Most of it. I'm going to have to track down the non-Ditko panel.) But I'm looking for advice on mounting it.

Obviously I'm not going to do anything to the actual page. No glue. No tape. I'm thinking the new panels should be mounted on an acid-free layer of acetate? Anyone have any experience with anything like this?

 

lizard2018.thumb.jpg.7f807a6e167703fb6668da97e0f787ed.jpg

No experience but acid free acetate makes sense.  No different than an overlay of text bubbles

Malvin

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9 minutes ago, malvin said:

No experience but acid free acetate makes sense.  No different than an overlay of text bubbles

Malvin

Right, that's where I got the idea. Hoping someone with some experience can give me a few pointers. And maybe a good source for the overlay.

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