Re: [Marbling] Corn Starch Video
- wow john that was great!
--- On Mon, 6/23/08, John Goode <watermarktile@...> wrote:
From: John Goode <watermarktile@...>
Subject: [Marbling] Corn Starch Video
Date: Monday, June 23, 2008, 9:04 AM
I always get the question do you marble on corn starch?
So this made me think of marbling freinds
http://ellen. warnerbros. com/2008/ 02/steve_ spangler_ do_not_try_ this.php
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- If you go to www.youtube.com there are several videos of people
doing stuff like this and more with cornstarch. I forget the scientific
word for when corstarch gets to this consistency. There's a couple
where a guy filled a swimming pool with cornstarch and people walk
around on it. If you stop, though, you will sink. Others are people
doing sound wave experiments to make it jump around. Just put
"corn starch science" or even corn starch in the search box at the
top. You do not have to be a member.
The first marbling that I did that I taught to a class of senior citizens
was with liquid starch, which is essentially cornstarch with some
borax in it and acrylic colors. I had to keep the costs down for this
class and the papers all came out great and people had a good
Now, I'm on to methyl cellulose, which I've had good and bad luck
with and carageen gum.
- It's called "non-newtonian fluid" and here is the link to the guys
walking in a big pool of it:
they mixed it in a cement mixer. Some people will do anything when
they are bored.
- Hola! I saw the videos and they are grate! It is possible to do marbling paper marmolado
with this material?
I´m from argentina!!!
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