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  • d_m_blair
    Hello everyone, I ve made a better example image of the marbling technique that I am wondering about, if you are able to take a look and let me know what you
    Message 1 of 6 , Jul 31, 2007
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      Hello everyone,

      I've made a better example image of the marbling technique that I am wondering about, if
      you are able to take a look and let me know what you think that would be great.

      <img src=http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e332/devinblair/marbleexample.jpg>

      if anyone has information on this pattern and where it came from please let me know,

      Best regards,

      Devin BLAIR
    • Lavinia Adler
      Devin -- That looks like something I once tried for fun. It was long enough ago that I can t remember for sure what I used but it might have been vinegar that
      Message 2 of 6 , Jul 31, 2007
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        Devin --
        That looks like something I once tried for fun. It was long enough ago
        that I can't remember for sure what I used but it might have been vinegar
        that I sprinkled onto the bath. It produced wonderful jagged edges.

        Lavinia

        On Tue, 31 Jul 2007 08:09:23 -0000 "d_m_blair" <d_m_blair@...>
        writes:
        Hello everyone,

        I've made a better example image of the marbling technique that I am
        wondering about, if
        you are able to take a look and let me know what you think that would be
        great.

        <img
        src=http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e332/devinblair/marbleexample.jpg>

        if anyone has information on this pattern and where it came from please
        let me know,

        Best regards,

        Devin BLAIR




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      • irisnevins
        Yes, that is old composition book paper... I think it s still around for kids to use in school. Of course it has been printed in B&W for close to a century
        Message 3 of 6 , Jul 31, 2007
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          Yes, that is old "composition book" paper... I think it's still around for kids to use in school. Of course it has been printed in B&W for close to a century now I imagine. I think they are still sold everywhere.

          I was of German origin I think, and was some process using some acidic substance such as vinegar.

          Iris Nevins
          www.marblingpaper.com<http://www.marblingpaper.com/>

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          From: Lavinia Adler<mailto:laviniaa@...>
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          Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2007 7:36 AM
          Subject: Re: [Marbling] french/german marble example


          Devin --
          That looks like something I once tried for fun. It was long enough ago
          that I can't remember for sure what I used but it might have been vinegar
          that I sprinkled onto the bath. It produced wonderful jagged edges.

          Lavinia

          On Tue, 31 Jul 2007 08:09:23 -0000 "d_m_blair" <d_m_blair@...<mailto:d_m_blair@...>>
          writes:
          Hello everyone,

          I've made a better example image of the marbling technique that I am
          wondering about, if
          you are able to take a look and let me know what you think that would be
          great.

          <img
          src=http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e332/devinblair/marbleexample.jpg>

          if anyone has information on this pattern and where it came from please
          let me know,

          Best regards,

          Devin BLAIR




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        • Luiseach@aol.com
          At a guess, the paper was sprinkled with ink/black paint and is not really marbled. There was a discussion of this technique on the list recently, check
          Message 4 of 6 , Jul 31, 2007
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            At a guess, the paper was sprinkled with ink/black paint and is not really
            marbled. There was a discussion of this technique on the list recently, check
            under "peewit" marbling.

            Lucinda



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          • gretchen vansant
            Thats the first thing I thought to...theres those darn jagged edges...G Lavinia Adler wrote: Devin -- That looks like something I
            Message 5 of 6 , Jul 31, 2007
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              Thats the first thing I thought to...theres those darn jagged edges...G

              Lavinia Adler <laviniaa@...> wrote: Devin --
              That looks like something I once tried for fun. It was long enough ago
              that I can't remember for sure what I used but it might have been vinegar
              that I sprinkled onto the bath. It produced wonderful jagged edges.

              Lavinia

              On Tue, 31 Jul 2007 08:09:23 -0000 "d_m_blair" <d_m_blair@...>
              writes:
              Hello everyone,

              I've made a better example image of the marbling technique that I am
              wondering about, if
              you are able to take a look and let me know what you think that would be
              great.

              <img
              src=http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e332/devinblair/marbleexample.jpg>

              if anyone has information on this pattern and where it came from please
              let me know,

              Best regards,

              Devin BLAIR

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            • Cris C Takacs
              I did this once with Jan Sabota. We mixed homemade beer with the second color. Drank some of it too. Cris Clair Takacs Membership, GBW 112 Park Avenue, Chardon
              Message 6 of 6 , Aug 1, 2007
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                I did this once with Jan Sabota. We mixed homemade beer with the second color. Drank some of it too.
                Cris Clair Takacs
                Membership, GBW
                112 Park Avenue, Chardon OH 44024
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                http://palimpsest.stanford.edu/byorg/gbw


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