How make paste for mounting Chinese painting or sumi-e

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15 Responses to “How make paste for mounting Chinese painting or sumi-e”

  1. blueheronarts says:

    Thanks for your …
    Thanks for your comment and info. BTW, this was an old video and I have been using silicone film paper for dry mounting for three years. Please see my other videos on dry mounting with silicone paper. Thanks!

  2. chappbe says:

    Flower is cellulose …
    Flower is cellulose and is a VERY bad substance for conservation of old scrolls. Especially in himid cointries, cellulose attracts moulds and insects. One better uses a BEVA 371 film as a glue (NOT the paste with tolene…).

  3. Harikasu says:

    Great explanation!
    Great explanation!

  4. candipill says:

    I just started …
    I just started watching your videos today – the’re great, and super helpful. I only found it because I was trying look up how to dye edible rice paper, I didnt find that but I was glad to find this. I think I want to try sumi-e on rice paper because of it. Thanks – these are fantastic!

  5. ksevn says:

    thanx a lot.
    thanx a lot.

  6. blueheronarts says:

    You need to cover …
    You need to cover the backing paper with at least two layers of newspaper. Change the newspaper when it gets wet.

  7. blueheronarts says:

    The consistancy …
    The consistancy could be thicker than you need during cooking with hot water. You may add more cold water to dilute it before using.

  8. Shikibu63 says:

    I made the paste …
    I made the paste twice so far. I’m not sure if I added enough hot water because the colour didn’t change as you describe. I stopped adding hot water when I reached the maximum volume you recommend. Should I be bold and add more?

  9. Shikibu63 says:

    Thanks so much for …
    Thanks so much for this video. I purchased the 2 brushes: the soft for getting rid of the bubbles, and the harder brush for pressing the backing paper on to the painting. When I used the hard brush, I damaged the backing paper. Was I pressing too hard?

  10. sidneynewton says:

    yeah i think you …
    yeah i think you use the wrong flour cuz there are a varieties of wheat flour… whole wheat flour has a brawish color, maybe it caused your painting to have brown spots…try the white kind and see if it helps.

    Hope my comment is not too late !!!

  11. bradyhansen0813 says:

    I don’t know what …
    I don’t know what I did wrong. I used whole wheat flour and there are little brown seeds all over the painting. Did I use the wrong flour? Please help me out

  12. FuturisticXXL says:

    So cool! – Thankyou …
    So cool! – Thankyou for showing everyone how to mount – its helped me a lot!

  13. shoshanna53 says:

    ‘Thank you so much …
    ‘Thank you so much for this instruction. You have helped me so much. I had no clue what glue to use to mount pictures. Now, thanks to you, I know. Thank you so much for sharing.

    Shoshanna53

  14. yeqiang says:

    No, it is an old …
    No, it is an old traditional method. Alum is also used as a size to make raw Xuan paper(Sheng-Xuan) into a no-absorbent Xuan(Shu-Xuan) for elaborated style of Chinese painting.

  15. shuukichan says:

    I’ve never heard of …
    I’ve never heard of using Alum in the mounting paste. Is this a recent method? I actually boil the flour/water mixture in a pot on the stove. Thanks for posting!

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