Swirl technique suggestion

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  1. Mar 26, 2020 at 1:16 PM #1

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    Hi guys,
    Hope all is taking care of themselves through such tough times.

    I was wondering if someone could guide me into which swirl technique was used to achieve the same result o_O
     

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    Looks like either an in the pot swirl or a basic drop swirl perhaps.
     
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    My guess is a drop swirl with a quick chopstick swirl like Future Primitive frequently shows
    on her youtube channel.
     
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    I also think it is a drop swirl poured at thin trace, without much accent color.
     
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    Thnx alot for replying.. is there any specific Tutorial that would help me out here since I am not that advanced with soaping techniques yet
     
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    I recommend watching you tube videos. That's where I go to watch new techniques. A drop swirl is pretty much pouring a base color or just natural and then pouring another color(colors) from different heights into the mold. An in the pot swirl is having a base color in your pot/pouring pitches and adding a color or colors in different spots around the container then giving it one or two quick stirs and pouring from that container.
     
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