fablefolk Tres photogenique 14h

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fablefolk Hurry up. 2d

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fablefolk Keeping good company with this meat head 2d

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fablefolk Little nippers 5d

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fablefolk Playing around with scraps. Painting tiny people is hard, I need a magnifying glass to finish off the hands and feet and the perspective is a bit off on the legs but I like the idea. Would love to over marble some large black and white nudes. 6d

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fablefolk My marbling size has gone off. It smells like the lion enclosure at the zoo and is causing the ink to go all sorts of crazy, but I still like the effect. Time to give it a break for a few days and work on waterproofing my new mega tray and getting that set up. 1w

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fablefolk I've got a small stall down at the @seafordhandmademarket today. Come say hi, I've put lot's of stock on sale. 1w

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fablefolk 10th and 9th time through the bath for these two. Still a bit more to go, paper withstanding. The top image will get more darker sumi rings I think. I've spent about 30 hours on these two so far. #marbling #suminigashi 1w

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fablefolk Roof top carpark gives good sunset. 1w

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fablefolk Oh you know, just catching up on some back issues of Epicurean from 1971 1w

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fablefolk Inky soldiers 2w

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fablefolk My new marbling tray is a whopper. Once I've waterproofed it I should have some silk scarves on the way. 2w
  •   fablefolk Will look into it @madeleine_stamer 2w
  •   madeleine_stamer Btw epic stuff Estelle. Can't wait to see you bangin' out some good shit 2w
  •   fablefolk Hoping the extra large tray makes it easier to position the marble on the paper @madeleine_stamer im getting some good prints but they end up not looking right if they're not positioned well, so hard to master :) im pulling my hair ouf most days and it costs a bomb. Want to get to the point where I can sell some stuff to support the hobby. At the moment im like a junkee selling the family tv for more supplies 2w
  •   peregrinationz Epic indeed @fablefolk! Reckon you'll find something at the hardware and not too messy/expensive! At least you're working with size and not water - should give you a bit more leeway? Looking forward to the results! 2w
  •   alijart Your process sounds fascinating @fablefolk . I will admit I read everyone's comments and can't offer advice because I have no idea, but just wanted to say that I admire your approach to problem solving! I look forward to seeing what you create 2w
  •   ouchflower That tray is impressive! 1w
  •   monamadeit @howardmoonage we gotta roadtrip it Southside to check out @fablefolk s marble bath! Yeah! 1w
  •   howardmoonage So great! We feel ya @fablefolk we go big or go home!! 1w

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fablefolk Going for my 9th over print on this guy, the paper is holding up surprisingly well given its been washed over 18 times. 2w

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fablefolk Council ordered our landlord to fix the front retaining wall, so they bulldozed the entire garden. A week ago, this was a fucking lovely 60 year old native garden. It was level with a 1.2mt retaining wall, rosemary hedge with seven species of banksia, two massive grevillia, a second stone wall with lavendar hedge, kangaroo paw and native orchids. Today I have a dirt hill, no privacy, no garden and no fence. Time to move. 2w

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fablefolk Like petrified wood 2w

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fablefolk In the bath today, weird tails after an unfortunately timed sneeze, oops. 2w

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fablefolk Andrew and the kids got me this totem pole for mothers day. Don't know much about it yet but it weighs a ton and is beautifully carved. 2w

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