Re: [Marbling] Marbling on Plastic
- You can also do this with spray enamels, spray a few colors gently on water
in a bucket, stir them quickly then dip the obejct while wiggling it
downward. This will draw in the paints around the object.You need to act
quickly because they dry quickly when exposed to air. No sophisticated
patterns this way though.
- Hi Mac
Sorry I didn't reply to this earlier but I am unpacking boxes to set up my
studio work room and have also had computer problems.
Here in Australia there is a firm who demonstrate a marble kit at craft
shows and it will take and dry immediately on any plastics, glass, fabric
and silk which still feels soft, and just about anything and is instant and
simple to use. I have purchased a kit but haven't used it yet. The firm
is called Marble Magic and the address is P.O. Box 505, Victoria Park,
Perth 6100 Australia, Trade enquiries mobile is 018924370.
Hope this helps.
>I do not know what you mean by the brand of marbling. You mean the type of
>paints?..........I was thinking there is a kit I saw some time back--that
>allows some process to put paints on objects, by dipping them in the
>solution. Maybe someone here can tell us the name of it, as I think that is
>the one you will need for this process.
>----- Original Message -----
>Sent: Sunday, January 14, 2001 5:46 PM
>Subject: [Marbling] Marbling on Plastic
>> I need to marble on styrene plastic. Small candy holders. What brand of
>> marbling will adhere to plastic.
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