|Transfer on watercolor paper|
I experimented doing them on paper and canvas……………
|Transfer on canvas|
Here is a little bit about the process:
One requirement for this method is you have to use color copies, not inkjet prints. You need a mirror image to place down, so after reversing them in Photoshop, I made prints and went to Kinkos. (I may just bring a flash drive next time…….)
The next step involves a “pouring medium”. I chose this one by Liquitex.
Using a foam brush, coat your substrate (in my case paper or canvas), and the front of the print with the medium.
Place the print face down on the substrate and smooth out the bubbles with a brayer or other object.
Let it dry for at least 24 hours………….ugh!
Using a spray bottle, wet the piece and carefully start rubbing the paper off. (This is actually the toughest and most time consuming part………)