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sabato 3 settembre 2011

Marbling in One Color.

Today I want to show marbled papers which are made with only one color (Pink) and different tones. Here I present four patterns representing the versatility of the technique. The Fantasy Hearts pattern was made directly on stone pattern using a wood stick drawing some hearts all over the surface of the size. Also the Combed pattern was made directly on stone one, without doing the classical Gel Git. In my opinion the most accurate and difficult to do pattern is the American Style, due the combination of movements necessary to reach the pattern, it is important to avoid vibrations on the work table to get good results, and also to use paints that not diffuse on the size to show good results on the lines of colors. Finally, the Fantasy Circles pattern was done after a one stage Gel Git pattern, using a wood stick, drawing delicate circles clockwise and counterclok.

Fantasy Hearts


American Style

Fantasy Circles

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