I don't know if this question was previously posted. I've looked aroud but it seems to me there is not much about in old posts. The question I want to make is: there is a kind of gloss paper for inkjet printer who let you use glue on it? If I have understood correctly it seems to me that the best way to obtain the desired kind of finish of a surface (gloss, semigloss, satin) is to coat the matt paper with the proper transparent paint or to use Future wax (I read the great web reference on "all we have to know about Future"... unfortunately the only country not mentioned there is Italy, and I'm afraid here I can't find anything similar. Isn't here any italian modeller who can confirm it?). This is a possible solution but I'd like to print directly to gloss or semigloss paper. The reason? Well.. it seems to me that such kind of paper have the best quality result on photo printers like my Epson. The level of detail and the color brighteness you can reach are not comparable with the one you can have with matt papers (even if inkjet dedicated). So it's a pity not be able to use them for paper models. I tried many brands of paper but seems that everyone has a back that is totally not compatible with any kind of cement, glue, paint... nothing There is some kind of trick to glue them or do you know of a particular brand of paper that can be used with good results?