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Board preparation for Tanjore painting - Step 1

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Published on Feb 19, 2013

The board thickness depends on the size of the painting. It is best to use at least 8mm thick water proof board so that it will not bend under the weight.

Cut a piece of white cloth free from starch which is atleast 1 inch bigger than the board on all sides.

Make a thin paste by mixing water to white glue (4:1 ratio). Soak the cloth in the white glue water mixture. Squeeze to remove excess glue. Stretch this cloth on the board and gently smoothen the cloth from centre to the edges making sure there are no wrinkles. Paste the excess cloth firmly on the reverse side using white glue.

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