Where you said we can have another colour in the middle that's not part of the gradient, does it need to be in the middle? Could I have one colour at the top then have my layers if gradient colour on top of it? And if I do that does the one layer of the other colour count towards the 5 or would I still need 5 layers of my gradient colour meaning 6 in total?
Do the layers have to be straight, or can we do a spin swirl or something like that with them?
Thanks for clarifying! (although it's back to the drawing board for Plan B... or am I on C now...? Arrgh, can't decide! )Mica lines are ok to do. As long as it stays obvious that there is a gradient. However, no additional soap can be added in between the layers and disrupting the gradient pattern. I'll add these clarifications into the rules.
Some of those pictures are lovely examples. But it sounds like the corner pour (or whatever that one on the bottom left is called ) wouldn't be acceptable because it's not straight, is that right? That's Okay. I can try something like that at a later date. I sure do like the look of the diagonal one with the shades of blue (top middle); just lovely.Earlene,
I love your thinking, however I'd like the layers to be relatively straight. It doesn't have to be perfect and they can be poured diagonally. Look at the example below for an idea. I just don't want mixed and textured layers.
https://www.fraeuleinwinter.com/2016/01/11/farbverlauf/ (it's the one with the diagonal layers in this link. I can't direct link it for some reason...)
I just poured 2 loaves of this today for a customer! I used pink and a bit of TD to brighten up the top layer to prevent it from looking sickly. Does that comply? If not no worries.
Sorry Violet, but the general rules are stated as...Violet for January challenge
Sorry Violet, but the general rules are stated as...
SMF Challenge General Rules
· To enter you must have a minimum of 50 posts and been a member for a month (sorry but no exceptions on this)
If you get to 50 posts before the challenge is closed and voting begins, you are welcome to sign up and submit a soap, however!