cool technique...interesting first comment!
Hey Lisa - So when you say "copy it to photopaper," do you mean using an inkjet printer or are you using a copy machine or laser printer? I'm gonna try this! I'm so curious now as to what that 1st comment was! XOXO Susan
the first comment was spam about herbal vitamins or some such. i will have to start using my moderator tool.anyway, yes, its ink jet copier - use cheap photo paper. i have found out though, tht some ink jet copiers don't work for this so far epson and brother work, but i had no luck with a canon.
what great effects! It looks wonderful, and could be a collage of prints. Inspiring.Thank you Lisa
yeah they come out lighter than the original and also a bit rough looking which i like very much.
Thanks for sharing this great technique! What type of fabric is this? It looks shear.
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