Tutorial: Beautiful Image Transfers on Gelli® Printed Backgrounds with @BirgitKoopsen! To create the image transfer you need laser prints or photo copies (inkjet does not work well with this technique), gel medium (I prefer Liquitex Matte Medium because it is so fluid and smooth and easy to work with), a soft brush, a bank or gift card, paper towels, baby wipes, a bowl of water and of course your beautiful Gelli® prints.
This is Stephen Lursen and I am so excited to be releasing a brand new art instructional video called Coffee Cup Workshop. In this video I take you step by step from a blank 10"x20" canvas to the final brush stroke of this beautiful painting.
GELLI PRINTING BACKGROUND Here's where the fun part begins. No too prints will ever be the same and that's what makes this so much fun. As you can see, I don't clean my plate off. The fun in this is that I'll transfer some of that leftover paint onto my prints and it makes for a really cool effect and texture. STEP ONE: add little dots of paint, (not a lot) in a few different colors onto the plate.
Diane Salter - A New Step-by-Step Tutorial for 2015 including the use of Gelli painted papers! But let me back up, and show you how I started. I began by getting out my paints and art tools and warming up by painting papers on heavy card stock paper (110lb paper that I get at Staples office supply store)--