Sunday, February 5, 2012
Some origami and some more printing
When I was printing on the tissue paper, I also tried some other surfaces that I had been going to do for a while. And, yes, Judy, one of them was fusible, lol. thanks.
This picture also highlights something I learned whilst doing this. The paper you use as a carrier does not have to be a full lenght. you can see here, I have reused a piece of paper and it is shorter because I cut off the previously glued bit at the top (which is now the bottom)
So now, my poor printer has printed on just about everything over the last year!
As you can see, I have done most of my prints at around ATC size, so you will probably see many of these prints cropping up through the year. I'm sure to manipulate them in unimaginable ways, so you might have too look hard to recognise them, lol.
“It is better to have enough ideas for some of them to be wrong, than to be always right by having no ideas at all.” — Edward de Bono