These are not color blocked as in the last post.
Again, I continue to use BOLD colors instead of my familiar muted color palette.
I think that I have about 6-7 layers on most of them...not enough on some pieces and too many on others!
This one in particular -
(as an aside, I use transparent fabric paint)
There is another 5 layers of images that were added via screenprinting, stamping or a similar method.
I really liked it better before I added the last layer of color from top to bottom.
But I can go back in an lighten it up later.
|This fabric measures about 17 x 12. I work both sides separately|
As one side dried, I printed on the other side.
|This is the back of a different piece of fabric. I forgot to|
photograph the front side!
But you can tell the color is awesome!
|A close-up of the back|
|Even though this "only" has three layers, it is one of my favorite pieces.|
I love the color combo as well as the shapes/etc.
|This isn't really dark at the bottom. It's a shadow.|
I love, love the color combination. I screenprinted
the (hand drawn) poppy on the gelli plate before
pulling the print. as well as the Queen Anne's Lace in
the upper right hand corner.
|You can see the stamped flower on the right hand side|
of the fabric in this shot. I love all of the subtle
shapes in this type of surface design.
I really must get to some "house" type work!