--- In Marbling@y..., "J Dolphin" <jdolphin@s...> wrote:
> I hope someone here on the list has a good suggestion about marbling on
> other than fabric and paper. I'd be curious to know if the wood has to be
> 'fixed' first, to accept the paints, and if the way to go would be to try
> and roll the pen holder across the size--or develop a dip method to catch
> the paint on the wood..And I wonder if the pen needs to be sealed in varnish
> afterwards, to keep it from chipping paint off.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <WindDncr24@a...>
> To: <Marbling@y...>
> Sent: Sunday, June 24, 2001 10:56 AM
> Subject: [Marbling] Marbling on wooden penholders
> > Hi everyone,
> > I would love to try marbling on wooden penholders. There are some
> > marbled ones out there already, but the ones I have found are all the
> > same (black marbling on a gold or silver background). I wanted
> > something with more variety.
> > I was wondering how you would go about marbling something cylindrical
> > like a penholder? Some of them are also tapered at one end.
> > Do I have to paint the entire penholder a different color first? I
> > haven't done marbling, but this is something I'd really like to do.
> > I have tons of wooden penholders and marbling them different colors
> > would make it easier to identify which one I need. Would I need to
> > seal it afterwards? If so, what would make a good sealant?
> > BTW, the set that I have is a Galen Berry marbling kit that I
> > purchased from Daniel Smith.
> > Thanks in advance :)
> > Ginn
> > Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
> > Hello,
>> I've marbled several wood boxes and experimented with sealing the wood prior to marbling with both paint and shellac. I've found that sealing it with shellac from the can worked best.
Hope you'll give it a try.