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Old 07-17-2017, 03:44 PM
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Staples has an aisle for the pulverized gum arabics.
Its just beyond the wood encased graphite staves aisle.


Wow, its been a long time since I visited a Staples, I didn't know that they are now stocking high tech composite building materials. I'll have to look into this, maybe get some of these graphite staves and see if I can put them to use.
I did find pulverized gum arabic at a gourmet cooking store, I guess they are trying to break out of the cooking niche market and into the broader market of paper modeling.
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Old 07-25-2017, 10:26 PM
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Should be able to find it at a good art supply store also. Its the binder for traditional water colors.
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wood encased graphite staves, pencils perhaps?

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Old 07-26-2017, 01:41 PM
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Back when I was doing calligraphy as a regular thing we would add gum arabic to ink or gouache to keep it from spreading on slick papers. Can't imagine it would be that effective as a glue, but here's a link to the liquid version, if that helps. Winsor & Newton Gum Arabic Solution - BLICK art materials
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The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum has an execellent colletion of both Petites Constructions and Grandes Constructions aircraft. Check out the examples below:

> Petites Constructions. Aéroplane Biplan Du Type Wright. Imagerie D'Épinal, No. 1378.
https://airandspace.si.edu/collectio...9pinal-no-1378

> Monoplan Avec Lequel Blériot Traversa La Manche. Imagerie D'Épinal, No. 1375.
https://airandspace.si.edu/collectio...ersa-la-manche

> Grandes Constructions. Aéroplane Monoplan Du Systéme Dit "Antoinette." Imagerie D'Épinal, No. 390.
https://airandspace.si.edu/collectio...nette-imagerie

> Petites Constructions. Aéroplane Monoplan Du Genre Dit "Système Antoinette." Imagerie D'Épinal, No. 1376.
https://airandspace.si.edu/collectio...nette-imagerie
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