Thank you! Can i ask you one more thing?? >.< When you fold a photo paper, the ink starts coming out? Cuz i use glossy photo paper and when I fold it, the ink comes out. Another thing, the print quality on a photo paper is superior than the print quality on a normal paper?
Thank you again and sorry for bothering you (And for my english too, if there's something wrong... )
Yes, the print quality is better with photo paper. However, there are folding and gluing problems with photo paper that make matte card stock more desirable. You might be able to avoid the ink problems you are having by lightly scoring the fold lines with a metal object before you fold.
Sorry to bother you, but if you don't mind, i would like your help >,<. The ink is fading from my papercrafts, black turning into brown, white turning into something like a pink mixed with white, whatever... The real problem is that the papercrafts are becoming ugly. Is there something i can do about the ink fading from the paper? Obs.: I use Glossy Paper 200gsm. I would be grateful if you could help me. Thank you!
First, it helps to keep papercraft out of direct sunlight. Second, having a professional print shop print your templates instead of using a home printer also helps to have longer lasting colors. Finally, there are artwork protection sprays on the market that preserve color and provide UV protection. It is virtually impossible to keep papercraft from fading, but you can certainly slow down the process.