Friday, February 24, 2017

Final mystery technique

And here is the final mystery technique for this month.


Please post in the comments how you think I created this fabric. I will reveal the technique in the blogpost for coming Monday. In that blogpost I will also draw the winner of our e-book Playing with Fire.

Wil

14 comments:

  1. What fun! Multiple layers of stamping on ice-dyed fabric.

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  2. Looks like the orange dye was added with wax resist to the dark original fabric, then circles painted on.

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  3. Scrunched orange dyed fabric with several (5-6?) layers of paint, striped roller and print of torn paper (strips and circles). Fun piece to study.

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  4. I'm guessing painted fabric and layers of stencils all using the gelli plate. Very fun result.

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  6. LWI dyed fabric with paint or thickened dyes stamped or stencilled on top

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  7. Dyed fabric printed in layers on a gelli plate. Circles on top screen printed on top with fabric paint.

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  8. Ice dyed background, torn paper strip resist, gel plate print, and torn paper monoprint rings.

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  9. Background scrunch dyed with stamping and scraping on top!

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  10. Yellow fabric overdyed with orange dye. Screen printing and stamping

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  11. crumbled orange paint or ice dyes,roller or large brush strokes black stripes, at least 2 colors stenciled one over other on top of that....maybe more ,,,

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  12. Multi-layered gelli-plate prints with stamps.

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  14. original (background) fabric is the dark colour; covered with torn strips of tape to preserve the dark lines; gelli plate printed with opaque orange and yellow brayer-rolled paint (but the plate wasn't completely covered with the paint and it was thicker in some parts than others); then stamped with pink and black circles

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