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1  Re: using Acrylic mediums as a mode for transfers in Other Image Reproduction Techniques: Discussion and Questions by Dayeseye on: September 27, 2010 06:27:17 AM
Hi there! 

Okay, so first, are you sure you are using a laser image and not a ink-jet image, that would be one reason the ink is coming up.

as for the medium, apply directly to the right side of the image, I like to put one coat on lengthwise, dry, One coat on width-wise, dry, one more coat lengthwise, dry and another width-wise, dry.  So four coats going in opposite directions. after this is TOTALLY DRY wet the back/wrong side, of the piece of paper, really soak it pretty well.

Begin  rubbing the paper in a small circular pattern.  You can even use a toothbrush gently to get it going...GENLTY. 

Soon the paper will start to disintegrate and you will be left with a fairly clear and black image just on the dry Medium.  You can apply this anywhere.

You can also transfer your image directly to whatever you are working with.  See Here>>  http://dayeseye.typepad.com/art_every_day/2010/09/ink-jet-transfer-mini-tutorial-art-every-day-67.html  Although this is done with an ink-jet image you will get the same results with a laser copy.

 and here for a finished product with paint and all. >>  http://dayeseye.typepad.com/art_every_day/2010/09/free-to-collage-art-every-day-69.html

Hope this helps, looking forward to seeing what you come up with!
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2  My FREE Collage for all! in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by Dayeseye on: September 27, 2010 06:11:27 AM
Hi there!  I've been working on this collage for a while, wanted to share and get some feedback.
It is made on a recycled white board and consists of a photograph, modeling plaster, old books pages,  image transfers, cards from an old game, acrylic paint and colored pencils.

Looking forward to hearing from you.







Thanks!
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3  Mixed Media painting "Caged Bird Sings" in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by Dayeseye on: September 01, 2010 08:30:54 AM
About a month ago I started a self daily "Art Every Day" challenge.  This is one of the pieces I just finished.

watercolors
ink
colored pencils







http://dayeseye.typepad.com/art_every_day/2010/08/caged-bird-sings-art-every-day-41.html

Would love feedback!

Thanks!
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4  microscope slide pin and clippy thing in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Dayeseye on: April 25, 2008 02:24:40 PM
microscope slide pin and clippy thing

I made these using digital collage and microscope slides soldered together  Hope you enjoy, any and all feedback welcome and appreciated.

Th first one is a aligator clip, and the 2nd one in a pin, the words on it are "touch your boobies" (c) ---
in honor of breast cancer awareness and self exams!




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5  Nemo Mobile in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Dayeseye on: April 12, 2008 07:03:54 AM


Here is a picture, Albeit not a great one, of a mobile I made for one of my customers.  She and her husband waited to see if it was a boy or a girl, and were dead set on Nemo! and if you know there is nothing baby nemo out there so everything was handmade for this little one.  together we designed this mobile.  All of the fish are quilted and suspended from fishing line, so everything looks like it is floating....like in H2o


any comments?
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6  Re: Fulled Sweater into a Bag in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by Dayeseye on: February 22, 2008 03:37:50 PM
That's very cool!  Here is a picture of a fulled sweater bag I made...

Sweater in the wash
Cut out to my pattern
hand sewn and needle felt embellished!



Thanks for looking!
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7  Re: Baby Booties made by me in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by Dayeseye on: January 31, 2008 07:18:20 AM
Okay so here is a pic...I think!




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8  Baby Booties made by me in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by Dayeseye on: January 31, 2008 06:56:41 AM


Okay so im Brand new here, but so excited about so many interesting talented people.  Im not sure how to  load pictures yet, but will figure it out soon, This link is goes to a picture of a pair of handmade, hand stitched, mary jane style booties.  Let me know what you think!

I am working on another pair, with a matching bib right now.

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