Marbelous Stacks of Distorted Pancakes

     There are some disgustingly elegant and absolutely
     minimialist methods of faking the marbeling once used
     in traditional book flyleafs and still of intense interest
     by scrapbook enthuasiasts.

    They also open doors to new and horribly efficient
    methods of doing all sorts of computer synthesized
    artwork that does not at all look like in the least
    that it was done on a computer.

   Many thanks to Robert Ackerman for his valuable
    insights and many coding examples.

    More variants here.Your input welcome.


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minimum bytes stoner1
marbelous synthesis variations1

Nonlinear Graphic Transforms
Wikipedia Paper marbeling
Marbeling Mathematics Tutorial

To use many of these, just send any .psl textfiles to GhostScript
or Acrobat Distiller. Note that .eml files need copied to an email
server for viewing.