Friday, January 6, 2017

Variety of Techniques - Mystery Technique 1

Ready???

Here we go!

Each Friday we will be posting a photo of a particular technique.  Your adventure is to guess
what technique we used to create these pieces. Enter your guess in the comment section below the photo.

The first correct entry will be the winner!!
The weekly winner and the reveal of the technique will be the following Monday

Every guess will be entered in the final drawing at the end of February.  The prize you ask????
I'll share more about that next week because it has to do with a particular technique we will be
presenting at that time.

MYSTERY  WEEK  ONE


So I'll see you Monday with the reveal of the technique and announcement of this week's winner!!

Kelly Hendrickson

26 comments:

  1. Snow dyeing with metallics? Fun!!!

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  2. I was going to guess snow dyeing as well. The pattern looks like the tracking of melting water.

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  3. Metallic paint on wet scrunched fabric ?

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  4. Marbling with fabric paint sprinkled with mica flakes.

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  5. My guess? -fabric damp sprayed with water, then colour dripped onto fabric and allowed to run. Very interesting.

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  6. Angelina fibers heat pressed to fabric. I don't think I will ever be able to "beat" the people in the early time zones! LOL

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  7. Embellisher, added random fibres on a scrunch dyed background - great art!

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  9. Metallic paint on melted Tyvek?

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  10. me thinks also Metallic paint on wet scrunched fabric ? i love the way paint so diluted leaves a trace of mystery!!

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  11. angelina ironed onto dyed fabric

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  12. Mixed fibres and angelina, trapped between a hand dyed fabric and a bondaweb backed sheer.

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  13. You are really getting a great res ponce!!!!!!!!

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  14. Awesome answers you guys!!!! Even the ones that are not correct gave me ideas of new things to "play" with in my studio!!! Ya gotta love hanging out with such creative minds!!!!!

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