Re: [Marbling] pro chem marbling paints
- Ah the mysteries of marbling... It just goes to show everyone has to try things for themselves and see what is a fit for them. One of my favorite quotes is "Ask 3 marblers how to do something and you will get 3 different answers and on a good day you will get six."
--- On Sat, 8/29/09, hhumler <hhumler@...> wrote:
From: hhumler <hhumler@...>
Subject: [Marbling] pro chem marbling paints
Date: Saturday, August 29, 2009, 9:50 AM
I have been marbling for about 13 years using Pro Chem marbling paints exclusively, I marble on fabric and paper. I have to say that I am totally satisfied with pro chem's line of marbling colors. I really have no complaints. I like them mostly because they require no "fiddling around with" . Mostly they work right out of the bottle. Occasionally, they may need a drop or two of the surfectant that you can purchase from them. The colors are intermixable and give consistent results. I find no feathering. I do extremely fine line combing with my pins set about 1/8" apart and get great results. So for this marbler, Pro Chem is my paint of choice
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