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Old 09-21-2010, 03:08 PM
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can we get a sticky for this and the other tutorial?!
Been needing this for awhile.
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Old 12-24-2010, 04:09 PM
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heres a few i did, the raising sun mako is my personal disc, and the coyote i did for a friend after he saw mine! thanks AP!
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Old 12-24-2010, 04:26 PM
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So just do your full color dye of anything first. Then 2nd do the marble dye? Or can you do the marble dye first and then do the art on top of it?

Example:
you want a dog with a marble background.
what do I do first the background or the dog?
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Old 12-24-2010, 08:13 PM
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Nevermind I finished reading the thread!
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Old 12-30-2010, 12:33 AM
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couple more marble techniques:
1. Smoke technique: see scorpion dye I made about 5 tightly wadded balls of saran wrap and placed them on top of the disc. I then took a single sheet of saran wrap all the way around the disc entrapping the 5 tightly wrapped sarans. Then I use the execto and stab a hole above each of the entrapped 5 balls. Now I do my normal flip and dip method. This effect took about 8 minutes. In my opinion, it looks more smokey and less marbley with this technique. The skulls picture is the same technique but with about 15 holes poked randomly around the disc/saran surface.

2. Regular Saran Method: All the same procedures that AP uses but using saran wrap instead of grocery bags (I only use one sheet about 2 foot long crumpled up in a 9" cake pan). Again, the effect is slightly different and therefore should be part of this thread.
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Old 12-30-2010, 12:37 AM
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Thx to peapody....................this was my first attempt.

I did 3 dips. Each time re-crumpling the plastic bags to get different patters. (pooring more dye each re-crumple of course)

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couple more marble techniques:
1. Smoke technique: see scorpion dye I made about 5 tightly wadded balls of saran wrap and placed them on top of the disc. I then took a single sheet of saran wrap all the way around the disc entrapping the 5 tightly wrapped sarans. Then I use the execto and stab a hole above each of the entrapped 5 balls. Now I do my normal flip and dip method. This effect took about 8 minutes. In my opinion, it looks more smokey and less marbley with this technique. The skulls picture is the same technique but with about 15 holes poked randomly around the disc/saran surface.

2. Regular Saran Method: All the same procedures that AP uses but using saran wrap instead of grocery bags (I only use one sheet about 2 foot long crumpled up in a 9" cake pan). Again, the effect is slightly different and therefore should be part of this thread.
your dyes are baller!
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