1251Re: Beginning with suminagashi?
- Jul 29, 2002--- In Marbling@y..., dkmaurer1@a... wrote:
> Hello All,Boku Undo
> You beat me to it. Iwas going to respond that suminagashi using
> dyes is the way to go! It is easy and foolproof if you follow thecolor and
> instructions using one drop of photoflo to adjust a teaspoon of
> stir well each time you apply the color. Forget the instructionsin the box
> of Boku Undo colors. I sell all the supplies for suminagashi anduse and
> recommend Loew-Cornell Oriental rice paper. It is $13.75 for forty-eight
> 12X18sheets. Not bad, really...... Charcoal papers and unsized HMPalso
> usually work well. Mohawk Superfine (more expensive)is also great.Go to my
> website www.dianemaurer.com to see examples of suminagashi whichlooks very
Diane, I have used the Oriental Rice Paper before but have lost my
source. Please send me your catalog of that and other supplies.
Martha MTDATPW@AOL>Com Thanks
> little like traditional marbling but is beautiful in its own right --
> especially the double-image designs. I'll be demonstratingsuminagashi at the
> IMG if you get a chance to stop by. I'd be happy to e-mail aninstruction
> sheet to anyone interested.
> Diane Maurer
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