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Category Archive for 'Experiments'

Just a sample of some of the new, updates and old favorite colors that are available at www.marbled-arts.com Blue Green Freestyle Cerulean Freestyle Chartreuse Dragon Wings Light Blue Green River Rocks Ugly Duck River Rocks

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Not all Reds are the same.

If you have ever asked for help finding the perfect Red, you will know the first thing I will ask you is “Blue or Orange based Red?”  I thought it was time that I explained just what that means.  Above you will see three Reds, Cherry Red, Scarlet and Emotion Red.  All three of the Reds […]

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Experiment Continue!

It all starts with PFD fabric, glass marbled, rubber bands and a good movie. After time in the dye buckets, a couple of rinses, the marbled and rubber bands must come out. My hands turn interesting colors, but wears off in a few days. Navy Blue Rayon Top. One Half of the three yard piece […]

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Playing with Dye & Things

Playing with Dye and things – What more can I say. Having to be off of my ankle is leaving me with idle hands. So a few experiments are in the works. The fabric is actually a deep dark purple, bad lighting.

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Finding the perfect colors for each hand marbled pieces of fabric can be a challenge.  Generally I find myself using a combination of six colors.  The tricky part is that the paints I use are opaque (Solid), translucent (see through but not clear) and transparent (clear).  Each color is printed on a colored background.  I […]

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Just a few new pieces of Snow Dyed Fabric to inspire you.  You will find more on my web site at www.marbled-arts.com

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Fire Tree was inspired by wildfires, the colors and intensity of the wildfires are breathtaking and frightening at the same moment.  Yes, I was up-close to several wildfires during my years of guiding in Alaska.  It is a sight that stays with you. Fire Tree started with a Hand Marbled Fat Quarter of Fire in […]

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So what happens when you get a snow dyed piece that just looks nasty ugly?  I get asked that quite often.  The first two pieces are my new Over Dyed pieces.  As the snow melts and runs into my drip trays, I put the ugly pieces in the runoff and create some very intrestin and […]

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