A little glitch has caused my Printed, Painted Background Fabric video, that I mentioned in my previous post, to be delayed. In the video I will demonstrate how I achieved these fabrics and papers. Here are a few ways I’m using the backgrounds. I call them backgrounds but they aren’t only that.
This final piece is the brown paper bonus – it had been used to print/paint the trees trunks above. This piece is still a wip and is on a canvas, the moon is a painted coffee filter, and the large rock isn’t glued down yet. It is titled She Rocked Beneath the Full Moon. In honor of the rock climbing women I know.
I hope these pieces piqued your curiosity and that I’ll be able to actually share a video next time. Maybe you’ll have ideas for pieces that could be made with the printed, painted fabric and the paper too.
Fun looking projects, Ann. LOVE the forest and the rock climber!!
Just love the cliff/moon/climber piece. That little figure adds so much. Paper bags are the greatest tool.
Thank you. Yes, to paper bags as a tool and other paper too. I didn’t want to copy any of the silhouettes I found so I just drew the climber, she’s in a strange position but it probably happens, lol.