6557Re: marbling database
- Mar 4, 2012Perhaps this is because in suminagashi , the colours are floated on water, whilst in ebru, the colours are floated on a thickened liquid.
Furthermore, suminagashi tens to be a bit more abstract, as opposed to ebru and marbling, which,
1 look somewhat similar
2 produced in a nearly identical manner
Speaking of ebru, is I heard there is a pattern that is constructed in a similar method to what is known as a " stormont" . One wonders If the European marblers learned it from the Turks or vice versa.....
--- In Marbling@yahoogroups.com, "Feridun Ozgoren" <feridun.ozgoren@...> wrote:
> Suminagashi is called Suminagashi by "everybody and his or her brother or
> sister" ..
> But ebru is called "marbled paper". One wonders why at least I do .
> Any suggestions?
> Best wishes,
> Feridun Özgören
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