My Mixed-Media Class 1: All About Image Transfers

These posts were all put up on my ‘travel’ blog before I decided to split my blog into two.

They incorporate the lessons learned about image transfers from the first couple of mixed-media painting classes that I took in 2011, and then again in 2013.

Selecting images suitable for image transfer.
Delhi: Red FortWhere I am frantically wondering, “where’s the undo button?”
Wood Grain Image Mistakes and more mistakes.
Scribble Painting How to do an image transfer, method # 1.
Indian Blessing How to do an image transfer, method # 2.
Scribble Painting Working with image transfers two years later.
weed image transfer overlap problems

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3 responses to “My Mixed-Media Class 1: All About Image Transfers

  1. Pingback: Mixed-Media Painting Class 2: Using Spackle to Create Textures (Plus a Few Struggles) | Elizabatz Gallery·

  2. my instructor said that the eye fills in the missing pieces. But I can’t help myself, I’m still trying to get a perfect transfer. At some point later in life maybe I will learn to love imperfect transfers too.

  3. transferring images is very chancy, you never know quite how well (or not) your image will transfer but I love the effect when they don’t transfer perfectly

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