Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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printed oily paper shapes

for transparency in a book or other /paper/journal/
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grease or oil applied to the pages in certain aeas where some transparency is needed, then fixed/sealed onto it with something,rather that cutting out the paper and putting in transparent plastic
technobadger, Feb 02 2002


       Does paper that's been greased stay clear after it is dried? If it does then croissant (the companies who make the transparent paper/plastic won't like this idea though).
NeverDie, Feb 02 2002

       It does stay translucent for a long time - cheap windows used to have oiled paper in them; you couldn't really see out but you had some daylighting indoors.
hello_c, Feb 03 2002

       Some artists I know use that in their places
thumbwax, Jul 24 2002


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