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1  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works / (overdone) Che Guevara Painting on: April 27, 2008 12:42:55 PM
For my boyfriends birthday he wanted the way overdone Che Guevara Painting. Yawn, though I being the loving girlfriend I am I did it anyway.. I tried to add a little spin on it. Tried...

Tongue It wasn't as bad as I make it sound, I loved making this painting for him & he loved that I did it. He claims it was the best birthday ever. Aww...
I didn't use a stencil, I free handed it, but made it look like the stencil. I hate cutting stencils, HATE it, so it was much easier for me to just draw it out.

Here is the horrible camera phone close up...


The even worse camera phone full shot...


Texture close up... again the ickybadawful phone photo...


& on his wall... Much better picture, but you can see a bit of the glitter that has fallen off of the ribbon I wrapped it in.  Wink He likes the glitter, I don't. It makes the matte black look funny. There is sliver in the background though, but that darn glitter makes it hard to tell... grr


(First post of my own work... I'm a bit scared... & I'm sorry for large pictures, I have no idea how to shrink them.)

So... What do you guys think?
2  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Other Image Reproduction Techniques: Discussion and Questions / Can you use fabric markers over an iron-on? on: September 17, 2006 11:40:39 AM
Can you use fabric markers over an iron-on?  I have a project to do for Drama class, we are plugging our plays for this year.  Plugging is publicizing the work, I think so anyways.  We have to create a method of publicizing and present it to class, I wanted to create a t-shirt.  But in the printers at school there is only black ink.  So I started thinking of what I could do instead, I have fabric markers, but I'm no good at keeping my words in line, so I come up with the idea of using the transfer as the outlines and coloring it in with the fabric makers, would this work?  I don't have the time or the t-shirts for error, so I came here to you guys looking for advice.
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