Easy color gradations using two colors

Easy color gradations using two colors

Post by judith skinne » Tue, 16 Jul 1996 04:00:00



I found an easy way to create a color gradation using just two colors.  
It is posted on my "soon-to-be-released-to-the-public" web page:

http://members.aol.com/polyannie/jasi.html  

My web pages are still under construction, but any comments and
suggestions will be appreciated.  It looks okay on netscape, but aol
doesn't do it many favors!


For those who do not have web browsers:

Cut two triangles of clay which have been rolled through the pasta
machine, like this:

--------------
|  (light)   /      /|
|           /      / |
|          /      /  |
|         /      /   |  
|        /      /    |    Roll them through the pasta machine
|       /      /     |    in this direction --->
|      /      /      |
|     /      /       |    Fold in half, in the direction of the
|    /      /        |    roll, and repeat 20 to 30 times.
|   /      /         |
|  /      /          |
| /      /           |
|/      /   (dark)   |
        --------------

 
 
 

Easy color gradations using two colors

Post by ka.. » Wed, 17 Jul 1996 04:00:00


Judith... great web pages... I'm off to try your method of gradation RIGHT NOW!

YIPPEEE!

katie

    > I found an easy way to create a color gradation using just two colors.  
    > It is posted on my "soon-to-be-released-to-the-public" web page:
    >
    > http://members.aol.com/polyannie/jasi.html  
    >
    > My web pages are still under construction, but any comments and
    > suggestions will be appreciated.  It looks okay on netscape, but aol
    > doesn't do it many favors!
    >

    >
    >
    > For those who do not have web browsers:
    >
    > Cut two triangles of clay which have been rolled through the pasta
    > machine, like this:
    >
    > --------------
    > |  (light)   /      /|
    > |           /      / |
    > |          /      /  |
    > |         /      /   |  
    > |        /      /    |    Roll them through the pasta machine
    > |       /      /     |    in this direction --->
    > |      /      /      |
    > |     /      /       |    Fold in half, in the direction of the
    > |    /      /        |    roll, and repeat 20 to 30 times.
    > |   /      /         |
    > |  /      /          |
    > | /      /           |
    > |/      /   (dark)   |
    >         --------------

 
 
 

Easy color gradations using two colors

Post by fl » Wed, 17 Jul 1996 04:00:00


Hey kids!

Time to click on a couple totally cool websights.

1.  Sylvie Lansdowne has some amazingly beautiful beads and bead
combinations.  Her beads are for the most part glass, though she also
combines them with polymer clay to make some wonderful colorful surprises.
Go now.  Yes, now.

http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/4205

2.  Lynn Hershbergers page is really fun with all kinds of creations, but
featuring an extraordinary set of kazoos.  You've got to see them to
believe them.  

http://www.digiserve.com/kazoo/hershberger.html

Now I'm totally jealous.  Oh well, one of these days I'll have a really
cool page too.  Till then, happy surfing,
Flo

 
 
 

Easy color gradations using two colors

Post by William Fitc » Wed, 17 Jul 1996 04:00:00


Quote:

> I found an easy way to create a color gradation using just two colors.
> It is posted on my "soon-to-be-released-to-the-public" web page:

> http://members.aol.com/polyannie/jasi.html

She was doing this Saturday at the Clay Play Day and it is truely amazing!!

Michelle

(http://www.fitchpub.com)

 
 
 

Easy color gradations using two colors

Post by Lynn » Thu, 18 Jul 1996 04:00:00


Quote:

>Hey kids!
>Time to click on a couple totally cool websights.
<snip>
>2.  Lynn Hershbergers page is really fun with all kinds of creations, but
>featuring an extraordinary set of kazoos.  You've got to see them to
>believe them.  

>http://www.digiserve.com/kazoo/hershberger.html

Flo,
Oops! I really hadn't intended for the page to go public just yet. I
am still working on speed issues, and it is not absolutely set in
stone that this page will stay on digiserve. I am proud of the general
look of the page (and the photos), though its structure and layout are
still in the beta stages of testing. I did my own page and it was a
blast, but I am learning as I go.

Just the same, thanks for the nice press. I hope people enjoy
visiting. Just remember, it is definitely under construction. I would
sincerely enjoy constructive input about the page at this time.

Blessings, Lynn Hershberger
http://www.digiserve.com/kazoo/hershberger.html
Lansing, MI USA

"The Kazoo Lady"

 
 
 

Easy color gradations using two colors

Post by ka.. » Sat, 20 Jul 1996 04:00:00


Lynn.. I went to your site and LOVED what I saw!  If this is still "under
construction,"  I'm impressed!!!  Very, VERY nice work!!!

katie

 
 
 

Easy color gradations using two colors

Post by Kila » Fri, 26 Jul 1996 04:00:00


Quote:
>> 1.  Sylvie Lansdowne has some amazingly beautiful beads and bead

combinations.  Her beads are for the most part glass, though she also
combines them with polymer clay to make some wonderful colorful surprises.

Go now.  Yes, now.

http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/4205 <<

Hi everybody!

I hope you've checked this HP out...it is GREAT!!!  I know I've placed an
order that will put me back for a while, but I can't wait!  All of
Sylvie's stuff is SOOO pretty and in colors that I've never seen in glass.
 I can tell her web page is gonna cost me!

GREAT job Sylvie!

Elizabeth

 
 
 

Easy color gradations using two colors

Post by Karr » Mon, 29 Jul 1996 04:00:00



Quote:

>Fold in half, in the direction of the

 roll, and repeat 20 to 30 times.

In the direction of the roll?>?  Please explain!  Many thanks!