6519Re: [Marbling] Re: marbling on silk
- Feb 22, 2012I use acrylics just as is, the same that I use for paper marbling and nothing else added. I marble mostly with Liquitex and Utretch tube paints thinned with water to the correct consistency.
Sent: Wednesday, February 22, 2012 4:38 AM
Subject: [Marbling] Re: marbling on silk
When you use acrylics do you use the fabric additive to make them permanent?
--- In Marbling@yahoogroups.com, "D or Jer Guffey" <dguff@...> wrote:
> I, too, never pre-washed my silk scarves prior to submerging in an alum solution (same solution I used for paper). The one time I prewashed (I think with Ivory soap) the marbling was a disaster! Scarves do need to be ironed before marbling to remove the wrinkles and after marbling I hung them up to dry and then one final ironing to heat set and remove wrinkles. I marble with acrylics and find that using colored silk gives a wonderful result and you can marble with just black, grey, & white and the pattern jumps off the surface and compliments the rich color of the silk (I like jewel tone silks).
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