Well hopefully that will clear things up and be helpful to you. Feel free to grabÂ my to use in your projects.Â Have fun with these Easy Image Transfer Techniques!
One of the most popular and widespread image transfer techniques used by clay artists is screen printing. Paul Wandless takes you through the basics of how to make and use your own custom silkscreens using common hand tools and readily available supplies. You’ll also find information here on how to use photocopy film negatives, UV light-sensitive emulsion screens, and even screens from an old Thermofax machine. Brad Menninga demonstrates how to overcome the difficulties of silk screening on wet clay and Forrest Lesch-Middelton shows his technique for transferring screened images to wheel thrown cylinders, which are then stretched and shaped.
A few years ago I wrote a post called , where I put together a collection of some of my favorite transfer techniques from this blog, and around the web. Since that time, we’ve tried out many new Easy Image Transfer TechniquesÂ on this blog, so I thought was time to put together a new collection with these new Techniques! I’m also adding in some posts that provide tips that will make things easier for you when working with Transfers. I hope you find this resource useful for your Furniture, DIY, and Craft Projects! Make sure you read the instructions carefully on each Tutorial, as they are usually pretty specific!