Gothic is another of the very rarely seen patterns. (I can only find three examples with Google search.)

It is also very difficult to get right – I am still not happy with my results.

The Gothic pattern is quite simple to describe; It is a Nonpareil overlaid with a Gelgit. Each stroke of the Gelgit coincides with a stroke of the Nonpareil. The upward strokes of the Gelgit go against the downward strokes of the Nonpareil, and the downward strokes of the Gelgit reinforce them.

digital marbling gothic