3015Re: Marbling and marbleizing
- Apr 18, 2005Paul, is's not confusion, really, just tying up some loose ends. What we're trying to
accomplish is a compilation of terms for decorated and decorative papers. More loose
ends than we have anyway is about the last thing we need. Kært barn ha' mange navne...
translating roughly as: a beloved child has many names!
Thank you all!
--- In Marbling@yahoogroups.com, David Graham <uuglypher@g...> wrote:
> Didn't know there was confusion.
> Always took "marbelizing" to be exactly what you stated.
> As for marbling, have always taken it to be transfering a floating
> pattern onto paper, cloth, or any other receptive substrate.
> What is the supposed point of confusion?
> Dave Graham
> On 4/17/05, hamburgerbuntpapier_de <hamburgerbuntpapier@t...> wrote:
> > Could it be that the expression 'marblelizing' means to paint 'marble' with the
> > techniques and tools on paper, wood or any material that is cheaper than the real
> > As opposed to the expression 'marbling' for what most members of the list do by
> > off floating patterns with a sheet of paper?
> > ...asks yours truly, a non-native-English-speaking German decorated paper-maker
> > deep into nomenclature and hopes that one or the other of you has given this a
> > two...
> > Susanne Krause
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