MC archives/MC faqs 1.5

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MC archives/MC faqs 1.5

Postby OrigamiasaEnthusiast » May 27th, 2020, 12:11 am

[Originally- MC faqs 1.0]
What is MC? MC, or methylcellulose, is a cellulose that has been chemically altered to make it water-soluble. Commonly used for shaping, treating single tissue, and double tissue. It is also known as Wallpaper Paste [better description coming soon.]
This is a topic made so people can have access to the threads with MC without having to browse. Keep in mind that this will be updated every so often, and this is done when I didn't have enough time to look through the whole thing.
MC
General MC thread; if you have a question, ask it here.
MC substitutes
MC substitutes, 2
Origami_Hunt has compiled a fantastic resource of different MC substitutes-and hes still updating it!
The second is an older thread about MC subs.(No, not the sandwiches-So hey-Don't put any in there!
MC brands
What brands of MC are best.
When to use MC
When to use MC, how to use it, ect.
Making Double Tissue with MC
Making double tissue with MC.
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2
How to treat single tissue.
Treating Korean Hanji
Treating Hanji
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Re: MC archives/MC faqs 1.5

Postby Gerardo » May 29th, 2020, 4:36 pm

Excellent resource! Thanks.
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Re: MC archives/MC faqs 1.5

Postby OrigamiasaEnthusiast » May 29th, 2020, 4:53 pm

You're welcome! I need to finish this up soon, maybe tomorrow. Maybe I should make another Faqs for the whole paper section.......Or anything really just so one subforum is organized and is easy to go check out stuff.
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