Wednesday, December 08, 2010
taking a workshop
Moi, in Amber George's workshop. (Forgot to mention, I'm wearing my Spoonflower fabric apron.)
Here's the paint we're using. It takes 2-3 days to dry.
The process is a trip. the image on the left is layers of ink on plexi. Once printed (image on the right) the colors that were the bottom layer on the plexi are on top... Twists your head around when you're creating. During this workshop, I've made lots of prints, both on paper and cloth all with this same color scheme and theme. Of course, after they are dry, I'll collage, and sew and paint and pencil them into submission......
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It sure looks like a lot of fun! I'll look forward to seeing everything you do with the prints.ReplyDelete
Wonderful colors! working backwards like that always put me in a spin! It's hard for me to think in reverse...but it would be fun to see unexpected results!ReplyDelete
Can you rub your tummy and pat your head too? I can imagine that it takes a lot of brain power to keep the layer straight. Beautiful work, Jane. I love the color palate and look forward to seeing where you go with these.ReplyDelete
Jane is working her MAGIC as usual to create Beauty!ReplyDelete
Thinking of you today... and LOVING the picture of your smile!!!!!
And I know they're going to be just beautiful when you finish applying your special touch.ReplyDelete
Looks and sounds like great fun. I think you mean carbarundum (can't spell it though).ReplyDelete
they look amazing and such amazing colours. I love making mono prints.xlyndaReplyDelete