Use cuticle scissors. Also, you can rip. Any sort of tape. I always bought 
regular tape when the Ciro? brand proved to be far too expensive for the amount 
I needed. Regular tape dispensers and refills fit a guillotine splicer exactly. 
These new decorative semi transparent tapes can make nice texture. There are 
all sorts of versions of hole splicers. Cut one frame, then another, then 
insert. Overlay. I am not sure I understand the exact question. You know this 
has been done before, right?

On Fri, 12/12/14, Lena Ditte Nissen <> wrote:

 Subject: Re: [Frameworks] Analouge collage with 16mm....
 To: "Experimental Film Discussion List" <>
 Date: Friday, December 12, 2014, 7:35 AM
 Christopher - but I am literally talking about collage.. in
 very very small pieces...
 Best, Lena
 On Fri, Dec 12, 2014
 at 12:46 PM, christopher nigel <>
 wrote:Hello Lena ,
 it's called Editing , the handmade way ! I would
 start with tape slicing , as if you make a mistake can
 always redo ?
 if you find some old books on filmmaking , there will
 cover this ? 
 I like this way of making films only done it with my
 super 8 film's ,  
 On Fri, Dec 12, 2014 at 11:13 AM,
 Lena Ditte Nissen <>
 Frameworkers -- I am about to start working on collaging
 with 16mm film and wondered if there is anybody out there
 who I could ask some questions regarding glue, slicing
 techniques and so forth...
 Looking forward to hear from you!
 Best, Lena
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