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Re: The Art of Marbled Paper: Dynamic Fluids in Flow

Thank you, as always, Jake for this wonderful historical resource. Your essays always make complicated marbling history much more accessible and a fascinating
Barb Skoog
10:34 AM
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7992

Re: The Art of Marbled Paper: Dynamic Fluids in Flow

Excellent! What an interestingly and detailed history you have provided! It was wonderful to learn these specifics about the history of marbling - put the
konicatzarina
Jun 28
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7991

Re: Carrageenan in Australia?

Hi Megan. My father is an Australian marbler in Victoria. Robert McLaren from Irwin and McLaren Bookbinders. He is holding marbling workshops in August this
Louise Dahlenburg
Jun 27
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7990

The Art of Marbled Paper: Dynamic Fluids in Flow

Dear All, Metropolitan Museum paper conservator Yana van Dyke has just published a short essay on marbling on the Dept. of Islamic Art blog. It is a portion of
jemiljan
Jun 27
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7989

Re: Carrageenan in Australia?

Thank you very much. Check out the silk scarves that we have just made. Cheers Vesile Www.marblingart.com.au Sent from my iPhone
Vesile Yilmaz
Jun 26
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7988

Re: Carrageenan in Australia?

fabulous Site Vesile http://marbling.weebly.com/ Mobile: 0736386251 "If only our eyes saw souls instead of bodies.. how very different our ideals of beauty
Larissa Don
Jun 26
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7987

Re: Carrageenan in Australia?

Yes I would have also suggested Joan http://marbling.weebly.com/ Mobile: 0736386251 "If only our eyes saw souls instead of bodies.. how very different our
Larissa Don
Jun 26
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7986

Re: Grainy Paints

If you are using the same brand of paints throughout ... I would suggest you mix up a fresh batch of Black / brown / purple for your base.. if it still crazes
Larissa Don
Jun 26
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7985

Re: Carrageenan in Australia?

Hi I'm Megan I am a beginner marbler in Australia and new member of this group. I would be grateful if you could pass along Australian resources to me too -
lbmcshutter
Jun 26
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Re: Grainy Paints

Thank you for your help, Caryl! You are probably right... the problem would be more the low relative humidity than the high temperature. And I found this
Eveline van Hemert
Jun 26
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Re: Grainy Paints

Sometimes it happens than the pigments of the different colors are ground at different values. Than mixing pigmented paints it behooves one to muller the
Ludwig Mohr
Jun 25
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Re: Grainy Paints

Hi, All, Without knowing which brands of paints each of you is using, I am going to guess that the paint is drying too quickly on the surface of your size. It
cherry_hill_drive
Jun 25
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7981

Re: Grainy Paints

I do know what kind of problems you have preceisely. But i recommend to try oriental black stick solution for sminagashi. It is very thick color and so light
marbler2003
Jun 25
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Re: Grainy Paints

Hello Griffin, I’m having the same problem with my black, and I suspect it’s the temperature – of the marbling ground or the paints, I don’t know. I
Eveline van Hemert
Jun 25
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Grainy Paints

I seem to be getting a grainy appearance to some of my marbling and it's extremely frustrating - like most problems with marbling I suppose. Anyone have any
griffin.benko
Jun 24
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