- Thanks to Marbling group for the opportunity to talk about our dificulties and doubts .I work with acrylics "Liquitex".Is there anyone with better results? I tried Rembrandt but without success.I don"t rinse my papers either.Cecilia
- Dear Cecilia,
You may want to look through the egroups archives for some additional
information. I like Golden fluid acrylics. They have a high pigment
concentration and are light fast. Recently a bookbinding friend tried some
of Iris Niven's acrylics and said they worked beautifully. I want to try
those myself. Galen Berry sells acrylics that seem to work well from what I
observed in a class.
Best of Luck, Laura
Indigo Stone Marbling Studio
>From: "Cecilia Novelli" <cecilia.novelli@...>_________________________________________________________________________
>Subject: [Marbling] Paints
>Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2000 18:35:50 -0300
>Thanks to Marbling group for the opportunity to talk about our dificulties
>and doubts .
>I work with acrylics "Liquitex".Is there anyone with better results? I
>tried Rembrandt but without success.
>I don"t rinse my papers either.
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- Has anyone tried using textile or fabric paints for marbling? Do you
need to use alum if you're going to use these paints? If you plan to
use textile medium for artist's acrylics, do you still need to treat
the fabric with alum?