Image Transfer Techniques - Guest Blogger Windy Kai

My super talented art friend, Windy Kai from Hummingbird Studios approached me recently with an idea to do a guest blog swap.  I was thrilled at the idea, particularly since I so enjoy her work.  

So today, I am featuring a fun tutorial of hers on image transfer techniques which I hope you will enjoy.  Here's a photo of our lovely guest instructor, followed by a link to her biography and artist statement.




Now, on to today's lesson.  Windy did a lot of experimenting with image transfer techniques and an inkjet printer.  I love what she has created and I am sure you will too.  The possibilities are endless with these techniques!  

Here's a photo of what she started with:



And you can find the rest of her techniques and experiments at this link:




Please be sure to let me know how you enjoyed this tutorial and by all means, I'd LOVE to see what you create using these techniques.  I know Windy would like to hear from you as well.

Thank you, dear Windy, for this invitation and for a great lesson for everyone!  I hope we can do it again soon!  

Below are all the links you'll need to see Windy's wonderful art!

Cheers!
Joanna





2 comments:

Jane said...

Thanks Joanna! Your beautiful friend had a great tutorial, and will save many of us from having to conduct so many experiments.
Cheers,
Jane

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