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I may be totally mis understanding here but could you use the acrylic medium transfer method? Basically print on paper then use a rub down and peel off or rub off the paper from the back leaving the image (you may need to reverse image on computer) This video shows on a large scale,this one may be more appropriate it shows a different way to basically turn an image on paper onto an image on a thin layer of acrylic, you ould then experiment with fixing this to the tiles. Hope this may be of use
I have a question, I got into a great little space here, a portico doing photos on tile. They already have their quota on photography but she let me in doing photos on tile. I am trying to make them myself - it takes 7-10 business days to order the done ones and I don't have the money for enough right now. I affixed photos on tile with modpodge and am trying a sealer - they look ok. Actually as coasters they look ok. I can't bake them like Debra does. I am not crafty. I have put 3 coats of modpodge on them and then three coats of sealer. Does anyone have ideas? Also for sealers does anyone have any recommendation? I have a spray one and it's ok. I would love one that I can put on with a brush.
I would love suggestions. I would love to start asap with holidays coming up. And work my way into ordering a selection and doing photography!
Tony, Wow! Very well done!
I call this one "Robot Meadow".
Cheri - I'm assuming that you would scan in your drawings and then insert the graphics into a program? There are lots of options for this. Lots of people use Photoshop for graphic design. I have used Gimp, which is very much like Photoshop, but free. I have also used a newer version of Powerpoint, which is a surprisingly good graphic editor if it's not something too complicated.
Jason, This is in response to the tread in Marketing. There is no reply option to your reply last night. I am sorry I didn't get that you were about fame at all. The supporting character is the story i thought you would identify with. Fame is handed to him and he says no, and the response and his reasoning are what I found to be thought provoking. For others the movie I am talking about is, 'Country Strong'.
Eileen, I really admire your vision and commitment. :)
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