Creative Image Transfer For Photographers and Crafters

David Miller, Multimedia Artist For Primordial Creative studio

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7 Videos (29m)
    • Introduction

    • Philosophy Behind Image Transfer

    • Preparing Images for Xerox Transfer

    • Xerox Transfer

    • Heat Transfer on Tile

    • Rubbing Alcohol Transfer

    • Wrapup


About This Class

Explore how artist and photographer David Miller uses 3 different image transfer techniques to create unusual and one-of-a-kind imagery on a variety of surfaces. In this class, you’ll also see step-by-step how to prepare images before printing, learn about the kinds of surfaces transfers can take place on, and discuss the benefits of using such unique methods of presentation.  At the end students will complete 3 projects and share their before/ after imagery.

13 of 13 students recommendSee All

Amazing class! David is so innovative and creative. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment. Highly recommended.
Simple. To the point. Creative and helpful
This is a really interesting class. I love the hot tile transfer method. I'm defiantly going to give it a go
Joe McMenamin

Artist - Illustrator - Teacher





David Miller

Multimedia Artist For Primordial Creative studio

I have always been interested in the visual arts from an early age- drawing, painting, and clay- but around my high school years I became interested in photography for the social aspect of involving other people, the adventure inherent in seeking out pictures, and the presentation of reality that wasn't limited by my drawing skills.  

One thing in my work that has stayed consistent over the decades since then is I have an equal interest in the reality of the lens next to the fictions we can create in drawing, painting, animation, graphic design, and sound design.  As cameras have incorporated video and audio features, and as Adobe's Creative Cloud allows for use of a plethora of mind-bending tools, I now make video art pieces that are based in photography but utilize time lapse, clay and paper stop motion animation, graphic animation, text and sound to expand the same intersection of reality and pop surrealism.