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Old 2009-02-05, 12:37am
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Default Yin Yang Murrini Tutorials?

Does anyone know of any or would be willing to make one or send me one or sell me one...or...*smiles*

(I hope this is a proper forum to post this).

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Old 2009-02-05, 12:47am
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coat a white rod with black, coat a black rod with white. Stick the two together and fill in the blanks. It helps to draw on paper the coated white and coated black and then drawing a circle around that and there you will have where to fill in the colors. I hope that makes sense.

Here is a pic it may help you visualize the steps.
http://www.glassartists.org/Img11849...do_011.jpg.asp
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Old 2009-02-05, 8:33am
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Excuse the pic, it's blurry but...

Wrap a White rod in Black and a Black rod in white. Then stick the two together and add a line of white in the crease on one side then marver round and do the same with black on the other side.

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Old 2009-02-05, 8:35am
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thanks that is pretty cool.
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Old 2009-02-05, 10:28am
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Great picture! Now I understand it! Thanks!!!!
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Old 2009-02-05, 2:04pm
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That's it.
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Old 2009-02-05, 9:18pm
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Oh wow! Thank you so much, that seems simple enough?

I'll try and post how it turns out for me. *snuggles*
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Old 2009-02-06, 3:57am
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It seem not to complicated
Thanks for the schema
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Old 2009-02-06, 5:26pm
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Well I guess I got ahead of myself! Having a heck of a time even coating the rods *laughs*.

I am going to have to come back to this after I learn that...
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Old 2009-02-06, 5:44pm
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Do it like your painting the rod. Start at the end of the rod and push the color down it about an inch or so and then marver it round.
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Old 2009-02-07, 8:02am
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one trick to doing this is to get just the tip of the rod hot and with a quick swipe down the rod as described above.
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