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    Sometimes a simple process is enough to achieve a rich effect. Paper marbling is a technique I have been experimenting with for the last few days. Here are a few of my results. Along with those is a combo image of three (of the many) abstract artworks already on this site that connect, somehow, to the patterns of marbled paper. (bad scans will be upgraded)

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    These 3 are images pulled from posts on this site; visually related to marbling.

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    feanne     Wed, Jan 9, 2008  Permanent link
    Wow, thank you for sharing! I've been wanting to get into the paper marbling process too. Your results are so very vivid, I especially enjoyed the second one with its sparkling oozing reds, blues, and violets.
    Renazzle     Tue, Jan 15, 2008  Permanent link
    I love the pictures you have posted. I really like the first picture. It reminds me of a painting my mother had when I was a child. I used to stare at it on rainy days, and I would try to find faces and shapes in the swirls of color.

    I also think the 3rd picture is beautiful. Not only is it full of green, it also reminds me of a squid.
     
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