Since ancient times, some painted water-repellent paints have been used in painted colors obtained from colored rocks and earths, which are called soil-painted in ebruism. There is no place in our classical ebrucule of oil paint. In some educational institutions in our time, it is shown with the name of ebrû and it is formed with the true ebruism of the shapes that emerged by sprinkling on the oilyboy. but his caricature can be considered. In this art, the paint of the aniline in the water also has no place. In this way, the paints can not hold on to the face of the paper by melting in the water with the water to be sprinkled on it. In short, everything that is used in the ebru is never soluble in water and contains no oil. Because the oil also breaks the ebru. These water-insoluble paints must be finely crushed and separated to their smallest droplets in order to be able to use them in ebruç. Otherwise, good uncompressed paints can not stand on tritiated water, they fall to the bottom. These paints are made with the help of a special shaped marble weight called "Desteseng" (= EI stone). With the admiration of water, it is formed by putting a color separately into the vessels called main container after finishing the work of thinning the oppressed dyes.
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