Re: [Marbling] Over-aluming and newsprint
Wall Street is my favorite too. I made a contact with
someone who delvers them. I get the left overs.
As far as alum for marbling with Golden acrylics on
paper I have to make the solution stronger to get it
to stick consistently. I use 4 teaspoons per cup of
water. For fabric I use 1/2 cup to a gallon (1 1/2
teaspoons to 1 cup water).
--- irisnevins <irisnevins@...> wrote:
> Hey Jake....Wall Street Journal works like a__________________________________________________
> charm......my local paper
> shrunk too!!! WSJ is BIG!!!
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- --- In Marbling@y..., IrisNevins <irisnevins@c...> wrote:
> Funny.....nothing works the same for ANYONE in marbling....it'sreally a
> wonder it has survived at all, isn't it??I tried USA Today, but I had the same problem. Then I found out
that USA Today is actually printed all over the country in different
areas. Our version is printed here on the same press as the
local paper, on the same stock, with the same soybean inks.
Gee, this is like archival paper- great for longvity, bad for
Are soy based inks on newsprint our next issue?
Earth friendly- but bad for skimming?
I'll try the WSJ THANKS!!