Fibres and Pigment

The natural light plays a big part in the pulp art process. Drying in the open air in the right sunny conditions helps the chemical reaction between pigment and fibre resulting in stronger, high-density colours.
The stronger the natural light and the longer it’s been left to dry, the better it is in terms of the pigment being absorbed by the fibre (usually 3 to 4 weeks).


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