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[Cob] Pigments in cob?Amanda Peck ap615 at hotmail.com
Tue May 24 07:25:07 PDT 2005
Lots of colors die in lime, if you're using a lime plaster. (see what happens, check your signature, let us know). Woad might even be pH sensitive as a color. I have a project--long overdue, in which I'm planning to use concrete color with clay. But I haven't even done samples with that. I do know that not much lime turns red clay to quite a light pink. Haven't tried any other coloring agents. ............. Peter wrote: I have a small quantity of Woad set aside and I'm curious about adding it to a mix for a gazebo project this summer. I thought the nice blue would be interesting. Has anyone done colouring with Woad or other pigments in the past? Any things to consider? -- -- [I believe that this is what they call the signature--someone will tell me if it isn't] I haven't failed, I've found 10,000 ways that don't work. Thomas Edison (1847-1931)
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