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Rediscover Suminagashi: An Ancient Japanese Painting Technique    Suminagashi, which literally means "ink floating" is an ancient Japanese technique of painting on water. The ink or paint is then transferred to paper or another absorbent material and allowed to dry. This technique is often referred to as "marbling", as well as Ebru. These days, you can use inks, acrylics, oils, and even nail polish with this painting technique to create truly interesting and unexpected results!

suminagashi: "ink floating" is an ancient Japanese technique of painting on water // inspiring art colors

Basic tips for trying Suminagashi for kids -- awesome painting technique!

Weekend Art - Suminagashi for Kids

Ebru / marbled paper by Zaynep Uysal Kog, Atelier de Papier Marbre

Ebru / marbled paper by Zaynep Uysal Kog, Atelier de Papier Marbre

Behind the Scenes with Target Registry + Bohemian Glam Party + DIYS | Style Me Pretty

Behind the Scenes with Target Registry + Bohemian Glam Party + DIYS

Behind the Scenes with Target Registry + Bohemian Glam Party + DIYS – Style Me Pretty

marblinginSpain: Suminagashi and Harunobu.

******************************************* Suminagashi is the japanese way of marbling.

How to do suminagashi (japanese paper marbling with sumi ink) [image: Corn Sumi, 24x48 in, by Andrea Peterson]

Tut : How to do suminagashi (japanese paper marbling with sumi ink) [image: Corn Sumi, in, by Andrea Peterson]

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