Re: [Marbling] The color Red
> Yes I use the Airbrush colors. And I'm pretty sure the red is red. I'llHello everyone, I have been traveling and dealing with family..so, I¹ll
> test it Sunday (my play-day). You might want to call Dharma Trading
> (http://www.dharmatrading.com) and ask them - they're very knowledgeable. Do
> you use the Createx dispursent?
>> > From: Marbling@yahoogroups.com
>> > Reply-To: Marbling@yahoogroups.com
>> > Date: 10 Dec 2002 08:25:43 -0000
>> > To: Marbling@yahoogroups.com
>> > Subject: [Marbling] Digest Number 473
just take a minute but I have a lot to say about Createx and everyone else¹s
red for marbling. You can either put it down as the first or second color
and then let all the other colors push it into a semblance of a good strong
red. Or, you can try dropping it as the very last color if it doesn¹t
spread beyond a golf ball¹s diameter. If it is too thick it will peel off.
It has always been a tricky color. Usually Createx red is a slow spreader.
I have been ³thinning² it with their magenta, or the interference lilac and
even fluorescent orange. Their reds tend to go pinkish. Ruppert, Gibbon
and Spider is coming out with a new line of Versatex airbrush which their
are adapting especially for marbling. So far, the red is fantastic!! Best
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