As you may or may not know I am quite partial to swirled Jem’s, particularly the Green-Multi Colour. Here’s a video I found showing how it’s done:
THAT was fucking COOL!
I’ve always wondered how the swirls were done!
thanks for the video!!!!
That is amazing! I really like your blog by the way and I’ve added your feed to guitarlead.net so your posts should start showing up on there too, hopefully it will generate more traffic to your site.
Great stuff mark – who was the artist?
Cheers guys! It’s cool to see it done . The artist appears to be a guy called Tony Gayter
I used to do marbling all the time when I was kid… nothing changed there then…it’ll need a few coats of laquer to seal it to the surface as well I guess.
i have been reading up on how to make a swirl nice to see it done , before i try it, thanks
That was sweet, looks easy, but probably takes practice like everything else.Good video!
Thank you. I would say “awesome” if I used that word.
That is amazing video!
Hey, thanks for sharing the video, Ive only just looked at teh stats on photobucket and didnt even realise peopel were viewing it haha. Now got 12000 views and someone even stole it and stuck it on you tube (cheecky b*stards) and thats got 50000 hits.!!
I have just uploaded a blue swirl viedo I found if anyone is interested http://www.youtube.com/user/tonygayter
that named in Turkey "Ebru Art" u can search it by google.
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