Tuesday, July 13, 2010

You Can What!?

Nobody told me that we could do this!


Image transfer can be as simple as painting a tinted slip onto a piece of foam...


Wrap it around a green piece and ....

I'm Hooked!

There is a back story that goes with this... but until then....

13 comments:

pie©zaro said...

hallo,
danke, gute Idee.
Du machst schöne Arbeiten!
Gruß aus Lübeck "DE"

api

Mr. Young's Art said...

Leave it to you to come up with something off the wall like that!

Mr. Young's Art said...

Good Idea though!

cookingwithgas said...

worth trying!
Hey- I could not do this show without the help and talent of the bloggers-
Thanks and you are welcome- did you see your pot in the article?

Kari Weaver Hopkins said...

Cool!

Becky Jo said...

I swear... you have the BEST ideas! :)

Ron said...

Awesome!

Liz said...

well, hells yeah! that is so gonna be tried out after the show...

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Zygote, for a great technique!
I have seen this explained before, in an article, but can't remember where, I will post the link if I can find it, it may have more info.

Humpiros

Anonymous said...

Here it is :

http://ceramicartsdaily.org/methods-techniques/from-flat-to-round-screen-printing-glaze-patterns-onto-pottery/?floater=99

Humpiros

Amy said...

Brilliant! I've been trying to find a better way to use re-usable stencils on irregular shapes -- this could be just the ticket!

Savage Man said...

you can use the same sort of foam to transfer silk screens onto clay! just use ball milled underglazes and slips that can fit through a(n) 80-300 mesh depending on how detailed it is.

Connie said...

Wow very cool!! I've never seen that before!! Thanks for sharing.