The main difference between this and the other paper making techniques that we have learned about, is that the pulp mixture is literally thrown over the mesh. As you can see below, the process might look chaotic, but it produces astonishing effects, particularly when your use two contrasting colours at the same time. I think the pictures say more than I could at this point, there are one or two more pics on Twitter too, @roamingdunn.
|The Paper Research Facility|
|Mr Sato and the Technicians Demo the paper making technique|
|Mr Sato skillfully brushes down the paper to dry|
|The paper is easily removed once dry|
|Alternative colour variations (White and Black)|
|(Black and 'Violet')|