Photo Transfers for Mixed Media Collage Work
with Stephenie Hamen
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01 Overview of Supplies01:55
02 Introduction to Image Transfers04:16
Class duration: 1h 46mSee all 9 lessons
About The Class
photo transfers add interest & detail.
Photo transfers add detail and interest to your work and, best of all, they aren’t difficult to produce. Learn how its done from Stephenie Hamen in Photo Transfers for Mixed Media Collage Work.
Stephenie will teach you all about photo transferring and demonstrate how you can add color and alter the images within the piece.
You’ll learn how to:
- Create a transfer using gesso, gel mediums, and paint
- Use Gelatos, markers, or watercolors to add color
- Integrate transfers into a mixed media piece
You’ll also learn about using clear gesso to create a writeable surface for doodling and journaling along with some basic stamp carving techniques.
Photo Transfers for Mixed Media Collage Work will teach you how to add a fun, unique element to your work and inspire you to get creative!
Overview of Supplies01:55
Introduction to Image Transfers04:16
Revealing the Image14:57
Decoupaging the Piece & Adding Gesso14:05
Adding Stamps & Coloring17:43
Tinting the Photo05:55
Adding Final Doodling07:43
Photo Transfer Handcarved Stamps.pdf
Photo Transfer Vintage Images.pdf
Photo Transfers Supply List.pdf
66% of students recommend this class.
See what some of them have to say.
I like the class overall and it was nice to see a process with easy to find materials. It would be very useful for the students taking the class to have a list of materials needed. Clear Gesso, Decoupage and matte medium were mentioned... but which ones specifically and what brands? Also, I didn't see the use of watercolors (only gelatos). I wanted to see watercolors being used as mentioned in the class info.
I've taken both of Stephenie Hamen's classes on Creative Live. She's a great teacher, and I thoroughly enjoyed the class.
The class is fine, but the title and description are misleading. They don't mention stamp carving in the description, but there's 30+ minutes of it. It's boring to watch someone carve stamps for half an hour, especially when you're there to learn about photo transfers.
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