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22 March 2011

Cursory design may be as complicated - and more detail.
But really just a simple design and does not require a long time.
How to create a design like this ...??
Below I'll tell you some quick tricks that I've used for 15 years, please read carefully:
1. Moisten with water the whole surface of the fabric that is mounted on the frame, not too wet ,but also no less, to know enough or did not contain water, do a little test staining at the edge of the fabric, then see a color reaction when the entrance surface of a wet cloth before, if the color spreads too far it just means the fabric is too much water, reduce water in the cloth by using brushes, but first you have to provide tissue or cloth to absorb the water present in the brushes, do this continuously until the water levels look pretty.

2. Starting with the first staining as a base color, in this section takes a little patience because this stage will be very influential to the next step.
The shape and composition of the same basic color as the example I posted this show, but the intensity, sharpness of the color and shape of the lower 50% of the sample design that we see.
Perform this step as a guide but also serves as a gradation of effects that will complement the design theme of the story that we will create. Avoid repetition of color because it will produce a color that looks like a dirty and less natural.
Do not be forced to make a clear and visible contrast as long as the fabric is still wet it will not shape you get.
OK ... if it is finished, let the fabric dry by itself, or do the drying with the help of an ordinary dryer used to dry your hair, do a good outcome for drying in a way around the entire surface.

Please see the two pictures below that I took from the piece of the upper-right corner of the main design.

Picture A and picture B,
Picture A:
Results from the first stage of the process of making the background staining and textile design with the wet technique using water.
Pictures B:
This is a third step process to create textile designs on silk fabric surface after drying, see the difference between images A and B only a few areas that added color, the two results will be seen only from one work process.
If you have a plan to create new forms that will cut the existing form should be delayed first, wait until we use the existing background, but the previously specified area to be sharpened shape and color as well, of course, follow from the simple concept that has been prepared previously.
We can create new shapes and colors ,but does not cut the shapes that already exist, this is a very important thing to be a record, why do I say so ..? if the design that we created for the industry of course is needed speed and efficiency of work because in addition to the fashion trend of rapid change, such as textile design still need to go through other processes, such as: separation of color design, color tests, Finishing to Packing.

As well as examples of textile design with pictures of flowers below,  see on the white color, it is the original white color of the fabric.
or also examples of textile design with black and white image below,
see on the white color, it is the original white color of the fabric. This textile design was done by using techniques canting, as the means used to make batik.

HOW TO, Painting, Silk, surface pattern, TEXTILE DESIGN

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