Now that you know how to paint monochromatic motifs on your shirt, as I have explained in my last tutorial, it’s time we step it up a notch. Today I want to show you, how to apply images that need more than one color.
So if you want to know how I made this Dr. Living Dead T-Shirt for my boyfriend, using multiple layers of fabric paint, you should continue reading. 🙂
Are you dissatisfied with the choice of shirts of your favourite band? Are you female and sad, because most artists cater their clothing towards men? Is your taste in music so insanely obscure (and therefore trve), that your favourite band doesn’t even sell merchandise? Or did you ever think “why the hell isn’t this on a T-shirt?”?
Do not fear, because I am about to share some magic with you, that can solve all of these problems and make your textile dreams come true! Aka: How to use fabric paint 101. 😉
Besides being an awesome show, Game of Thrones provides us with lots of great hairstyles on nearly every female character. So today I want to show you how Arya’s hairstyle, which she wears in King’s Landing during her dancing training with Syrio Forel, is done. Arya is such a great character, and a pretty wild one as well. This is why I chose to make the hairstyle a little bit messy. In general, this is a really easy hairdo, but you will need long hair for this. Mine is a little bit too short to be accurate, but I still like the look, even though a few centimeters are missing.
I took pictures for every step, so I hope the instructions will be easy to follow:
It’s gettin’ Hoth in here… so today’s tutorial will be about one of my favourite princess leia hairstyle of all time, the braids wrapped across her head as she wears them in the battle of hoth scenes in Episode V. Plese click the “read more” button to see the tutorial.