It's amazing how a simple traditional pattern like Gelgit can be so elegantly beautiful. This is perhaps the easiest of patterns to make yet one can come back to it again and again, never tiring of making it or exhaust its endless variations. This piece would have a totally different feel if the space between Gelgits were closer together or farther apart, if I made it with a rake instead of a stylus, if I added movement to my strokes...not to mention changing up the order in which I threw the paints or changing the paint colors themselves. And this is the appeal of marbling: there is no wrong way to do something...just another way.
Today is the last day to take advantage of the Early Bird ($179) and Buddy Specials ($159/each when you sign up with a friend) for my Intro-to-Marbling eCourse Clouds on Water. Visit the registration page for more info or to sign up.