BATTAL MARBLING (BATTAL EBRU)

Artist: Kubilay Eralp Dinçer


It’s a kind of marbling which is made by transferring patterns becoming without stepped in dyes sprinkled to vessel. For such marbled papers t is insufficient to say that these patterns are created by only the performers no matter how they are talented or advanced in marbling. Marbling artist himself is one of the reasons such as water or dye. Of course,for perceiving eye, Külliİrade (Unlimited Will) is clear in everything but especially in Battal marbling, Unlimited Will can be seen more clearly


FLORAL MARBLING (ÇIÇEKLI EBRU)

   

Artist: Kubilay Eralp Dinçer


It’s a type of marbling found by departed Necmeddin Okyay as it can be understood from the name and called Necmeddin Marbling as well. Even though some artists tried to perform flower patterns in marbling vessel they couldn’t be successful till Necmeddin Okyay came out. The samples of this type of marbling made during Necmeddin Okyaytime. He performed flower pattern in marbling such as tulip, violet, hyacinth, tulip bud and chrysanthemum.Floral marbled papers are made by resembling flower pattern and making patterned circled dyes with the help of stick in different sizes which are in definite greatness by dropping little on the marbling vessel prepared with 3 different tunes of the same color.



HATIB MARBLING (HATİP EBRU)


Artist: Kubilay Eralp Dinçer

It’s an important marbling type found by departed Sir Mehmet who was the orator of Ayasofya Mosque and so ‘orator marbling’ is called his name. It was the most important reason for transferring to floral marbling as it brought different patterns in marbling and it was the first. It’s performed by making different shapes with the help of stick to circled shapes made after dropping many colors one within the other. It can be used as frame for calligraphy sides.
’Fortune’s wheel’ orator marbling is the most known type.


FANTASY MARBLING (MUHAYYEL EBRU)

Artist: Fisun Onomay

Fancy Ebru gives a large space for imagination of the artist, which is already evident from the title. The flowers, which are obtained by the application of this technology, not like the real thing. They are original, unusual and therefore very attractive from an aesthetic point of view. This kind of Ebru is very popular among fans of Ebru. Another feature of the pictures generated in the art fantasy Ebru, that floral composition occupies the entire sheet of paper entirely. For the first time this technique applied Alparslan Babaoğlu, and eventually other masters learned fantasy Ebru too. Today Fantasy Ebru is one of the most popular and favorite techniques.



COMB MARBLING (TARAKLI EBRU)

   

Artist: Kubilay Eralp Dinçer

It’s a combed marbling pattern made with the help of comb after performing ebb and flow marbling. After touching comb tines to the water it is performed vertical to ebb and flow and by not shaking your hand while pulling. If you pull comb opposite side by sliding it, opposite combed marbling is made. This type of marbling is used in Europe as well.


NIGHTINGALE NEST MARBLING (BÜLBÜLYUVASI EBRU)

   

Artists: Mukadder Kavas and Kubilay Eralp Dinçer

It’s a pattern made by shaping sprinkled dyes on the vessel with circled movements from bigger to smaller with the help of stick. Generally these circled movements are designed 5 pieces for long side and 4 pieces for short

SHAWL MARBLING (ŞAL EBRU)

Artist: Kubilay Eralp Dinçer

It’s called shawl as it looks like the shawl used in Anatolia. The pattern made by performing ebb and flow marbling first and then mixing this marbling in the vessel in circled movements with the help of stick is a shawl marbling pattern. You can get different results by sprinkling naphtha dye on it.


NAPHTABATTAL MARBLING (NEFTLİ BATTAL EBRU)

Artist: Mukadder Kavas

It’s kind of marbling made by adding naphtha sufficiently to dye which will be sprinkled lastly in Battal marbling. Different beauty occurs as naphtha dye makes patterns like air bubbles after sprinkled


SANDY MARBLING (KUMLU EBRU)


Artist: Kubilay Eralp Dinçer

It’s type of marbling made by dyes sprinkled on the vessel scattering like sand. The description of sandy marbling cannot be made like the others as it is necessary for tragacanth water’ (denizkadayıf-salep) consistency be able to make sandy dye to form sandy marbling and this consistency don’t form all the time. So it is necessary for the vessel be talented too like you are. (don’t say the vessel  won’t be master)


AKKASE MARBLING (AKKASE EBRU)

   

Artist: Mukadder Kavas и Kubilay Eralp Dinçer

This type of marbling found by Necmeddin Okyay is made of establishing with cut-paste method on the marbled paper by taking the inscription mould or using Arabian gum of any inscription that will be put in marbling. Making inscribed marbling by taking mold is a really difficult job and requires being patient. Cutting inscription is difficult and performing this mould is more difficult and troublesome as well

LIGHTMARBLING (HAFİF EBRU)

Artist: Fatih Yesil
It’s a kind of marbling which seems like a pattern on the light color and paper made by increasing dye and gall of water used in marbling. This type of marbling pattern is ideal for calligraphers to write


SOMAKI MARBLING (SOMAKİ EBRU)


Artist: Fatih Yesil

This kind of marbling named somaki because of “somaki marble” stone. it has more veins between the colors than classic battal patterns. You have to press brushes more than necessary for to have this result. Colors drops come down on water smaller and that’s why the color lines seems like “somaki”


TIDE AND FLOWS (GEL-GIT EBRU)

   

Artists: Mukadder Kavas and Kubilay Eralp Dinçer

We distinguish a separate type of Ebru, when the paper is moved across the bath, from right to left, in parallel up and down. The resulting tidal Ebru line perpendicular to the motion already made it possible to reduce the effect of marbling. Plenty of options for drawing the image marbling with an ornament in the form of tides.


WAVY EBRU


Artist: Kubilay Eralp Dinçer

Today, thanks to the floating technique of marbling, all kinds of Ebru are possible. Hold 2 opposite edges of the paper and begin to move paper back and forth, so that the wave is formed.