Create Impressive Image Transfers from Your Photographs

KathyAnne White, Using Digital Media with Fine Art

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10 Videos (43m)
    • Introduction

      2:22
    • Gather Your Supplies

      8:10
    • My Work Process

      8:04
    • A Couple of Tips

      8:35
    • Study for Project- Cheesecloth

      2:20
    • Study for Project-Canvas

      1:08
    • Study for Project- Watercolor Paper

      2:30
    • Study for Project-Fragile  Paper

      1:29
    • Go for it—Create Your Project!

      2:56
    • Wrap Up

      5:39

About This Class

This class is all you need to know about creating digital transfers on fabrics and other interesting surfaces. Transferring your photographs and images to unique surfaces allows you to show and display your images in innovative and creative ways.

Once you have completed the final project for this class you will be on the road to expressing your photographs and images on one of a kind surfaces . Put yourself ahead of the crowd if you want to share or sell your images. 

No special printer is required to complete the projects. You print your images on transfer film (printing from a standard inkjet printer) and then transfer your photograph to the selected surface. Quick and easy!!

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learnt something new and exiting. this method seems quicker than using paper for transfer.
Prerna Poojara

Teaching Decorative Art & Craft

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KathyAnne White

Using Digital Media with Fine Art

The work of artist KathyAnne White, has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in museums and galleries throughout the United States and abroad. Her work is in the collection of the Museum of Arts and Design, the American Folk Art Museum and the Phoenix Airport Museum. The Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution has collected her studio journals. White is the recipient of a 2009 Artists Project Grant from the Arizona Commission on the Arts. After being chosen for an Ar...

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