Art Technique: Silk Painting

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Batik is a wax-resist fabric dyeing technique that originated in Indonesia. To make batik-making more child-friendly, wax can be replaced with white glue or blue gel glue to make various exciting batik crafts and projects. Fabric Painting, Fabric Art, Fabric Crafts, Paint Fabric, Glue Crafts, Shibori, Art For Kids, Crafts For Kids, Arts And Crafts
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Batik is a wax-resist fabric dyeing technique that originated in Indonesia. To make batik-making more child-friendly, wax can be replaced with white glue or blue gel glue to make various exciting batik crafts and projects.

Using a white Berol Prismacolor pencil (more waxy, creamy and resistant) and a China marker on fabric with acrylic ink. Pencil for thin lines, China marker for thicker lines. Great post by Judy Coates Perez: How Can You Resist Such a Simple Technique? Copics, Prismacolor, Fabric Painting, Fabric Art, Art Journal Pages, Art Journals, Shibori, Do It Yourself Design, Atelier D Art
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How Can You Resist Such a Simple Technique?

One fun little technique I found works great with acrylic inks (this would also work with Tsukineko inks) is to draw on fabric with a colored pencil or china marker and paint over it like a simple resist. Kind of like in grammar school when you colored with crayons and painted india ink over the top. So why pencil versus china marker? Simply, pencil will give you a thinner defined line and the china marker a thicker heavier line. In this case brand does matter. The first sample, if you can…

Interior Painting Techniques French Linens and Office Interior Painting Shelves. Art Floral, Doodle Art, 3d Quilling, Art Graphique, Silk Painting, Painting Canvas, Art Plastique, Painting Techniques, Painting Tips
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Using embroidery hoops Middle School Art Projects, Craft Projects For Kids, Hand Painted Fabric, Painted Silk, Fabric Painting, Fabric Art, Shibori, Batik Art, Embroidery Hoops
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Basic Technique Serti Painting There are many ways to paint on silk. It is called Serti Technique or painting with a resist called gutta. Fabric Painting, Fabric Art, Dress Painting, Painting Courses, Silk Art, How To Dye Fabric, Painting Techniques, Painting Tips, Drawing
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This is my interpretation of Karen sistek's MAGIC SIZING technique.All my lessons were learnt over the e-mail and I have not physically( 'Live") seen Karen d. Fabric Painting, Fabric Art, Silk Fabric, Fabric Crafts, Shibori, Fabric Stamping, Silk Art, Fabric Manipulation, How To Dye Fabric
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"Sunflowers" - silk painting Painting Flowers, Fabric Painting, Fabric Art, Fabric Crafts, Shibori Fabric, Diy Ideas, Craft Ideas, Sun Flowers, Silk Art
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"Sunflowers" - silk painting

Painting On Silk Hoop for Beginners - Bing images Fabric Painting, Fabric Art, Diy Embroidery For Beginners, Silk Art, Embroidery Hoop Art, Textile Artists, Whimsical Art, Mandala Art, Art Techniques
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Pattern Pulp - Learn to Make Clothes that are Paintings Fabric Painting, Fabric Art, Fabric Crafts, Hand Painted Fabric, Painted Silk, Surface Design, Diy Clothes, Silk Clothing, Tie Dye
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Learn to Make Clothes that are Paintings

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Phyllis Boger, an American artist who loves to have a pallet full of vibrant colours while painting on Batiks. Textile Design, Textile Art, Fabric Painting, Paint Fabric, Fabric Art, Silk Fabric, Mannequin Art, Textile Museum, Batik Art
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