Iron Transfer. Begin with a photo of your choice. Tip: it is best to pick one with high contrast. Visit www.MelissaEvans.com and do her tutorial called “ Create Basic Line Art from your Photos ”. Note: You do not always have to cut out the background to get a clean cut image.
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Tip: it is best to pick one with high contrast
and do her tutorial called “Create Basic Line Art from your Photos”
Note: You do not always have to cut out the background to get a clean cut image.
Play with the radius and the threshold until you are happy with the line drawing.
Don’t forget to flip your photo before you print!!
You MUST print on a laser jet printer. Black and white ones seem to work better.
The “fresher” the print, the better your image will transfer
Place your printed line drawing face down on a sturdy smooth surface paper.
Iron on the highest setting for 30 seconds, applying pressure and constantly moving.
Slowly peel away your line art. If it has not transferred all the way, keep ironing and apply more pressure.
draw back into it
add more transfers for texture
type on it
....add layers, and