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By Shirley Blundell

I am retired and my main passion is digital art followed by quilting . Once I discovered Spoonflower I could see this as the next step in joining these two interests together.

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Description:

Photograph of faux chenille used to create faux drip dye design.

Attempted a standard repeat and this was a mess so made an attempt to join each strand resulting in a very hand made look

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koalalady

koalalady says: Hi Joan,I used to save(under advise) all my new discoveries and never looked at them at all so don't anymore. I'm glad you think along similar lines- thank you so much for your comment and may we both have many more swans. Shirley

Posted almost 2 years ago.

joanmcl...

joanmclemore says: I enjoy that same sort of discovery process too Shirley............... I was once told by a very successful digital artist that she didn't save her methodology in order to keep her work more fresh. I asked from time to time how I've achieved certain things and there is no way to describe or recreate some things as they occurred in a whim...... So I can relate to mindset..............and definitely a swan.

Posted almost 2 years ago.

koalalady

koalalady says: Hi Rhonda, Thank you for the wonderful comment about this design.This was an ugly duckling that has turned into a swan- almost rejected it. All the best, Shirley

Posted over 2 years ago.

koalalady

koalalady says: Thanks Sylvie,As I said to Su- most unexpected attention for this one but loving it. As wallpaper it would be wild- not for me though.

Posted over 2 years ago.

koalalady

koalalady says: Hi Su,I never expected this attention with this one as I almost rejected it but something told me to keep it. If you knew the difficulty I had to try and do the repeats on these pieces- well it was really funny how I did this . I better not put that here- thank you for your comment and the new label of faux paint drips.

Posted over 2 years ago.

rhondad...

rhondadesigns says: The gorgeous colours and textures of this design would make this a great print to use for landscape patchwork creations!

Posted over 2 years ago.

art_on_...

art_on_fabric says: I think it would make an interesting Wallpaper :-) It's super!

Posted over 2 years ago.

su_g

su_g says: These are quite stunning! I see it as paint drips, faux paint drips... I really like the concept!

Posted over 2 years ago.

koalalady

koalalady says: Thanks Lisa, I bought the video by Diane Doran on Digital Surface Design-simple techniques for hand dyed fabric.I too was intrigued. When I more or less achieved it I couldn't leave my designs alone and applied other filters. I do not keep records of any of my changes on any particular one as they are all play to me. If I kept a history it would no longer be fun .Unfortunately I can't remember this particular one. The original photo I used had something to do with it as it was a scan of a sample piece of fabric collage given to me by a friend .????? Have fun, Shirley

Posted over 2 years ago.

vanilla...

vanillabeandesigns says: So cool! I am really intrigued by this interesting technique - you have some wonderful results!

Posted over 2 years ago.