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martedì 16 agosto 2011

Marbling Gel Git Patterns

In marbling technique, The Gel Git pattern is hardly ever printed by itself; but it is a very important preliminary stage that has to be made on the way to producing lots of other patterns.  Practically every combed pattern starts out as a Gel Git, or should.  Sometimes you will hear it referred to as a Git Gel, even in books. The translation of the term refers "To and Fro - Come and Go", remembering the movements done to get the pattern. It is also named Zig Zag pattern. It can be made in various directions of the paper. Here you are three examples of it.

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