Tonight, I tried lettering with a different class of overhead transparencies AND different paint pens than I normally use (though the same manufacturers for both),
Surprisingly, the level of control I have has decreased; the Glaze ink slides way more easily than I’m used to. But these transparencies are also undeniably better-suited to my purposes. I’ve 75% of the way done, and the sheet is still completely flat. No warping, no curling…for the most part, it’s stayed perfectly still. The pens are flowing almost every time I open them. I’m not used to either of those things being true, let alone both of them at once.
The real test comes in the morning, when we learn how the sheet survived the drying process and also get an idea of how extensive the touch-ups will need to be