I'm not going to try to convince you to try doing transfers, nor am I going to teach you how to do them. I'm just going to say that I love them. Why? They are an easy way to get an image on your painted surface. I find it much more interesting than gluing down the perfect print-out or copy. You never know how it will turn out, and that's the beauty of it. In addition to images, I love to transfer text. I can set the type in my word program, selecting the scale and font, then flip it before printing. You need the print in reverse so it will transfer tp be legible. The cool thing about making toner transfers (in color or black and white) is not only the partial image result, but the original copies (now remnants) become imperfect and can be additional collage elements. If your page is still damp it's likely the remnant will pick up some of the paint and then you have an even cooler additional element. My preference for toner release is goof-off as it has xylene in it. There are less toxic agents that work just as well - google it. See some works with toner transfers below. I didn't include any injet transfers today but I like doing those too!