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Marbled Paper Textures Digital

Marble Textures Suminagashi

Marbling used to be one of my favourite crafts when I was (much) younger. Great thing that it is back and trending right now! These papers are handmade with ink the 'suminagashi' way. Suminagashi is a Japanese form of marbling with floating ink. I have scanned them at a very high resolution so you can work with every detail of the paper and the ink design.

If you want to see some of the suminagashi and other marbling techniques I use you can check my instagram: http://instagram.com/manon_lef

This is volume 2 of the bitesize packs. You can find the first Suminagashi vol. 1 collection here: https://creativemarket.com/Manon.Lef/722567

• What you'll get

After purchase you will receive the files for download in a ZIP file which contains;

  • 10 JPEG files at 600 DPI. These files are 11 by 8,5 inches which is 6600 by 5100 pixels.
  • 10 JPEG files at 300 DPI. These files are 12 by 12 inches which is 3600 by 3600 pixels.

Prefer different sizes? Leave me a comment and I'll take all feedback in consideration!

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