Tuesday, November 9, 2010

the Cliff Bar

I love Cliff Bars.  I think they taste great.  I noticed them because of the wrapper.  I really like the colors on the wrappers.  My favorite flavor is crunchy peanut butter.  My favorite wrapper is the iced gingerbread seasonal flavor.  That's all.....


Karin said...

I think the cliff bar wrappers are cool too, they just need to get a girl on one of those packages.

Hey Jim, I have a question for you. Sorry to do it in your comment feild but I couldn't find an email link.
This is Karin. We were in painting classes together at Brockport...I ran into you at Second Storie a year ago. I have been wracking my brain and scouring the internet and I can't find instructions on how to do an image transfer using a xerox copy. Do you remember doing this in JS's class? Didn't we do something to the xerox to make the paper a resist so that we could roll on ink or paint that would stick to the toner so that we could then transfer the image to canvas? I remember doing this and I have a few samples but I can't remember for the life of me how we did this. I found a bunch of tutorials online for doing various Xerox transfers but none of them are anything close to what I remember. I have a large painting commission and I want to use this method for one of them... well I am about to pull my hair out and you are the only person I could think of to contact that I could actually "locate".

Jim said...

Hey Karin! I really don't remember doing that. I talked to Jen and she thinks you can use a fresh xerox copy and this stuff called winter green or maybe acetone. I think you put the image face down and rub the liquid on it with the back of a spoon and it should transfer. I hope this helps a bit. I will also try and ask around.

Could it be that the dude on the wrapper is Cliff himself and that is why there is not a girl?? haha