Only one of the two people (both Trimbles) who organized the Save Star Trek letter-writing campaign in 1967, which saved the concept for 50 years. Workshop teacher of many crafts, including learning to to paint with natural colored earths and how to make your own inks. Long-time member of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA, Inc).
After a year of illness and other personal hassles, we’ve decided to retire from the pigment business. This was a painful but necessary decision. What we’ll do next is still up in the air while Jo...Read More
Making Gum Arabic This is a resin binder used for tempera, watercolor and gouache; unless mixed with egg yolk or other additive, gum Arabic stays water-soluble through the ages. If not interested in m...Read More
Making Glair (Egg-white Binder) for making watercolor paint. This binder makes transparent watercolors or gold-leaf adhesive. It’s a protein, so is water-soluble only while wet; fairly permanent whe...Read More