The last piece is the Halo Blue Gold painted piece.
Oh Yeah! And on the table!
One technique I love that I hadn't used yet was a tape resist with rubbed on paint.
I took the sponge with a small amount of fabric paint and rubbed it into the fabric hard like trying to erase it. The paint smears and fades nicely.
Then the thought crossed my mind; why not crows and ravens? That sounded great but I needed a few more layers before I could stamp crows and ravens so I thought of my feather stamp!!
And I thought why not use foil adhesive on the stamp and foil the feather!!
You can barely see the impression of the foil adhesive in the shape of a feather above.
And last of all, the crow stamps. These are all ones I carved myself.
I started to wash out my tools when I thought of my sketchbook. Better on paper than down the drain.
- Painted Fusible
- Discharge (bleach or paste)
- Tape resist
- Water Soluble resist (Elmer's school glue or commercial product)
- Silk Screen Tape Mask
- Silk Screen with interfacing stencil
- Silk Screen with wax resist
- Thickened dye with credit car
- Thickened Dye painted on
- Paint Sticks
- Fusible on foil candy wrappers
Have lots of fun and play. Later in the month I will have some things I have made with this "art cloth".
And last but not least I would like to give away the piece of your choice to someone who leaves a comment. I "think" there are people out there reading this so leave a comment and you can choose one of the five pieces.