My apologies to the list. Have no idea how that message got posted
twice, I know I sent it only once.
Susanne -- thank you for the suggestion --- you might say more about
how; i.e.,with what medium, technique, other supplies, you first
paint your paper before marbling. . .say more about how
those "paints" work, or do not work, with the mordant or the bath.
It would be helpful to have a vision of what you are suggesting.
Pamela from Oxford, Ohio, home of beautiful Miami University
Does that help you "know" who I am? I doubt it. I haven't made a
famous name for myself yet and my grandchildren who are fond of
calling me Mimi don't consider me nameless.
Also,placing text in all caps on I-net messages is considered
--- In Marbling@yahoogroups.com
> For working on deep coloured base paper, it's much more effective
to first paint the paper
> and then do the decorating, much more life in that! More work, too,
but it is worth the
> effort. And you get the colour you need instead of accepting what
the manufacturer offers.
> Susanne Krause
> THIS IS MEANT ESPECIALLY FOR PAPERMIMI, WHO EVER YOU ARE. BUT THIS
> EVERYONE: PLEASE SIGN YOUR MESSAGES, IT IS NO PLEASURE TO WRITE TO