Condition and roll out in your pasta machine on the 2nd thickest setting a color of clay that goes with your Mokume Gane Stack. I have used a sheet that is 2" x 2", this is a great size for the sample. You can make bigger sheets if you wish, but I find that starting with a little and starting small is sometimes so smart, patience grasshopper!
I have used turquoise again, 1. because I LOVE this color and 2. because it was handy and already mixed.
I have slivered off sections of the stack I made and placed them on the sheet of turquoise.
I have added more slices until my sheet of turquoise is covered with one layer. I try not to over-lap the slices.You can then press these gently on to the sheet of turquoise.
<---- can you spot where I cut the lines with the back of the blade? Oh by the way be very very very careful when you do that.Back of the blade to me means, opposite side of the sharp side.
Turn the setting on your pasta machine back to the thickest setting and roll your sheet with slivers through on the thickest setting.
Turn the sheet of clay 1/4 turn and turn the pasta machine setting down to the 2nd thickest setting and roll the sheet through again. This will flatten all of the slivers on the sheet, you can add more if you wish to fill in holes or you can keep turn the sheet and the setting down each time you roll it through to get thin sheets of design to cover things with.
If the images on the clay stack start too random, destroy the stack again and start slivering off more slices.
This picture is to remind you what the colors and the stack looked like after all of these sections.
I have to go rest now...maybe someday I will post something I made out of this.