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Yay, progress shots! ^^ Here it is in its various stages.
1. Outline done in crayola marker.
2. Initial painting - and -really- hoping that marker's going to come out.
3. What do you know, it came out!
4. Off-white detail added.
Lots of staining on the edges, but that's the seam allowance, anyway. Also, I've still got to outline the designs in black.
Nandra posted on 04-14-2010 at 11:14 PM:
Believe it or not, it just washed out! There was, though, a very faint trace left behind - I think that's because the paint slightly sealed it, so the water didn't reach the marker - but it was pretty negligible.
Earthychan posted on 04-14-2010 at 10:34 PM:
How did you wash out the crayola marker outline?
Nandra posted on 02-20-2010 at 11:37 PM:
Thank you! ^^ I actually just used crayola markers for the outline - they washed out really easily. Then for the paint, I used Jacquard Textile Colors. They were pretty awesome, but if you use them, I'd definitely invest in their colorless extender; I made the mistake of trying to lighten the color with water at first, and it ran -everywhere-. xD
Earthychan posted on 02-20-2010 at 04:26 PM:
Wow... that looks amazing!! May I ask, what did you use to do the outline, did you use paint, and what kind of paint?
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