Here are a a few more examples of the transfer paint exploration:
|The paper was crumpled before painting ... very dark ... a surprise when you look at the results below ...|
|on white polyester lining|
|on net curtaining|
|this paper illustrates that you get a reverse print|
|dark and gloomy ... but, look below|
|fabric: old polyester blouse ... see tucks|
|second print after misting the paper ... you can get many prints|
Video of process:
Link Inspired Transfer Paints - how to use transfer paints in textile design - YouTube
Caution: dyes are powdered and need to be handled with care: wear a mask and work in a well ventilated area. You will get some interesting and unique fabric prints.
This technique is involved and probably best done with a group of friends so that you can get a variety of colours and share the cost of the dyes. It can be messy ... be sure to cover areas with plastic. This is not a technique where you can easily control the results. It is more like serendipity!