I’m getting ready to teach a class on Sunday, these are strange times to be teaching live, but I really am looking forward to it.
As promised I have a new video. It seems the more I play with ways to get paint onto fabric the more ideas I get, and for me ideas lead to more ideas to try.
I’ll be announcing a new giveaway in October so if you are interested I hope you’ll stop by. For now enjoy the video, I hope it gives you some new ideas.
Thanks for sharing this technique video, Ann! It was fun to watch your process. LOVE where you’ve taken each piece!
Thank you so much for watching. It’s been fun, now here’s hoping I actually finish them!
Love projects where I already have all the ingredients. Have you tried printing on paper? Or what about colored/printed fabric? Can’t wait to see the finished owl. Thanks for filming your process.
Thank you. I did lay paper on after printing the fabric a couple of times, for a ghost print, but not specifically for printing the paper. That didn’t work; unlike a gel print plate, the paper bag, and I suspect fabric, held on to/took too much of the paint. I like your idea of printing on already colored/printed fabric. I guess it would act as the wash fabric before brayering the print. I have ideas for the owl, we’ll see if it works. I appreciate you watching the video, your comments, and for always giving me more ideas!