How to Marbleize Paper: Step-by-step Instructions for 12 Traditional Patterns
This volume is a complete step-by-step illustrated guide to the entire marbleizing process. Artist Gabriele Grunebaum shows you how to prepare colors, form beautiful, striking patterns and transfer them onto prepared paper. Included are a list of tools and materials and helpful suggestions for avoiding common mistakes. In addition, an informative introduction traces the history of this wonderful handicraft.
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