After a bit of a hiatus, I'm back to printing the alphabet - and J it is!
The ever so absorbent J-cloth is good for cleaning up many different
messes - and creating colourful prints to boot!
|Just add fabric and Pigment to the J-cloth and print, print,|
print! I am partial to Colour Vie pigments
|In this print I ripped the J-cloth into strips, placed them randomly |
under the fabric, and used a brayer to roll a small amount of black
pigment over the whole fabric. The effect is a bit like a rubbing.
|Strips of J-cloth under the fabric, then I used the brayer to roll on|
first black then metallic gold pigments.
|First I painted the fabric with Colour Vie pigments.|
While the pigment was still wet I used a rolled up piece of J-cloth
to remove areas of wet pigment.
|Finished print. Hmmm, could be used for a cloud effect as well....|
|On this fabric I dipped the strips of J-cloth in pigment and used the strips|
to print the random stripy marks.
|When the pigment was dry I over painted with turquoise pigment, scaped|
and added some gold prints.
|There is always the trusty old rag rolling technique. Totally immerse |
the J-cloth in pigment and roll away!
|J-cloth rolled fabrics.|