I’m happy to say I have a few new lessons and a new course on Curious.com and will be adding more soon. About Curious.com…
“Curious is an innovative and engaging marketplace that connects lifelong learners with exceptional teachers from around the world.” “Curious offers a free trial which gives you a week of Curious+ at no cost. Enroll in some lessons, browse the collections – try it before you buy it!” Curious.com, I’m amazed by all that is offered there; everything from dog training, to mixed media art, to how to tango!
Some of my new lessons are…
How to Painted Leaves on Fused Fabric
How to Make Fiber Art Paper
How to Make a Foam Flower Stamp and How to Make a Mixed Media Tag.
The tag is made using the fabric leaves, fiber paper, and the stamp.
I will also be posting new videos on my YouTube channel as soon as I can and have re-uploaded a couple older fabric painting videos that had to be edited (music changes), here’s one of them…
In your video, what kind of fabric/paint did you use? And how long did the process actually take? Have you used that fabric or do you have some ideas for using it?
Good to hear from you again after a break.
Thank you, Joanna.
As I recall I used a combination of Jacquard Textile Colors and acrylic. I think the dropper was metallic gold acrylic because I wasn’t using Lumiere at that time. The piece took about twenty five to thirty minutes not counting at least one blow drying period between techniques. If memory serves, I posted something on Facebook and people who commented on my blog each won a piece of hand painted fabric. There is another painted fabric video (Blur) on my YouTube channel, at the end of the video I show what the person who won that fabric did with it…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMgmWgVOtJc&t=35s
My two tech helpers (aka adult kids) aren’t living here right now so it takes me so much longer to do everything except the actually artwork!
So, what have you made with that fabric?
Sorry, I wasn’t clear… Someone won that fabric in a giveaway. I tend to give away fabrics that aren’t sky, landscape, or abstract, unless it was painted for a specific piece.