Image transfer techniques can be used in just about any form of fabric and mixed-media art to create artistic visual imagery. All you need are the right tools and the know-how.
In How to Make an Image Transfer to Fabric, Paper, and other Photo Transfer Techniques, a free eBook from Cloth Paper Scissors Today, you'll learn how to create an inkjet transfer, photo transfer, emulsion transfers, and transparency transfers using gel medium, transfer paper, caulk, water, and more.
|"Trust" assemblage with photo
emulsion lift by Tiffany Teske.
In "Transfer Master Class" by Lesley Riley, you get the benefit of Lesley's years of experimentation refining the process of image transferring techniques, even before she developed TAPTM Transfer Artist Paper.
In this two-part tutorial, she offers advice on how to scan and prepare your image for a digital image transfer, tips on fabric and paper choice, and options for adding color to the image transfers before and after transferring.
ZentangleTM drawing specialist Sandy Steen Bartholomew gives a tutorial on this fun doodling and art journaling technique plus shows how to incorporate photos, text, and drawings in your art journals using Sheer HeavenTM paper to make image transfers in "Add Pattern to Journals with Zentangles and Transfers."
|Image transfers in an art journal by Sandy Steen Bartholomew.|
Tiffany Teske offers a new twist on an old medium, creating photo emulsion transfers using vintage Polaroid cameras and new film cartridges, in "Twice the Fun with Instant Film." In this process, you're combining your own composed photographs with the image transfer process, creating a unique piece of art each time.
With this free eBook, How to Make an Image Transfer to Fabric, Paper, and other Photo Transfer Techniques, you can bring a new level of personalized imagery to your artwork-experimenting and combining image transfer techniques to make them your own. Download it now!
P.S. Do you have friends who are interested in learning more about image transfers? Forward this link to them so they can download their own copy of the free eBook How to Make an Image Transfer to Fabric, Paper, and other Photo Transfer Techniques, from Cloth Paper Scissors Today.