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« on: March 22, 2014 07:09:09 PM »

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« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2014 08:06:24 AM »

Ohh interesting technique and beautiful results! I'm defo going to try the Sumanigashi (will have to ask my Japanese artist friend..). Thanks for the inspiration!

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« Reply #2 on: March 23, 2014 08:21:25 AM »

Here are some links I found very helpful after purchasing an Innovation Marbling Boku Undo Suminagashi kit at Dick Blick (no compensation for that ad).

The master at work:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nAez1H9iAw


Copperplate paper took the pigment the best, rice paper works, coated papers do not. A white enameled tray worked better than plastic or aluminum for me, especially since it was not first washed in soap.  Select a tray just slightly bigger than your paper. Card sized pieces are easy to start with. Using a tiny amount of dish soap and water mixed with my pigment gave me the best spreading without sinking pigment.

I would like to try this on fabric next! Cause I need another craft! No, I really don't. It's taking great discipline to finish the quilting project I'm in the midst of because this sumi printing is so fun!
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« Reply #3 on: March 23, 2014 09:48:18 AM »

How cool! I love the water marble method. Not sure what you used, but I use nailpolish for mine. But many water resist pigments work well, too. Very interesting stamps. You have a good friend. I am happy for you  Grin


NEW REQUEST: Need quilting fabric with ONLY purple, grey, green. Solids or Prints in any combination/shades, but NO OTHER COLORS ALLOWED. HELP! They are hard to find.
To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
« Reply #4 on: March 23, 2014 08:48:07 PM »

Stillatthetop-  I used Innovation Boku Undo Suminagashi pigment:

John and Sophie hand carved the linoleum blocks used for the black over-prints that you see on my sumi and water printed papers. The octopus, ammonite, and prehistoric squid and trilobyte are not stamps but block prints. The second photo shows John inking the squid block.
« Last Edit: March 23, 2014 08:49:42 PM by flyangler » THIS ROCKS   Logged
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rellay this is good

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