Laser Print/Citra-Solv/Rusted Fabric
Laser Print/Citra-Solv/Water Color Paper
Citra-Solv cleaner is meant for cleaning wood, linoleum, tile - hah! This stuff is also great for image transfer. I thought only toner-based photocopies could be transferred with this method but found that prints from my laser printer worked.
Method: Place laser print face down onto substrate, using a foam brush, apply a light layer of Citra-Solv, burnish with spoon, brayer or bone folder.
Apollo Film/Golden Soft Gel Matte Medium/ Water Color Paper
Method: Spread a smooth layer of gel medium on substrate the size of the image to be transferred. Place transfer film face down on medium, burnish with bone folder.
Apollo Film/Golden Liquid Matte Medium/Pima Cotton
Method: Brush on smooth layer of liquid matte medium the size of the image to be transferred. Place transfer film face down on medium, burnish with bone folder.
Matte Photo Paper/Golden Gel Matte Medium/Pima Cotton
Method: Print on photo paper, spread matte medium directly on image. Place image side down on cotton; burnish well and let dry over night. Once dry, dampen paper with water and rub gently until all paper residue peels off. Allow to dry.
Method: Print on photo paper, spread thin layer matte medium directly on image. Let dry. Repeat twice more let dry between coats. Once dry, soak paper in water and rub gently until all paper residue peels off. Allow to dry. This transfer can be adhered to another surface using matte medium. (See below)
Matte Photo Paper Transfer/Brown Paper/Acrylic Paint
DASS Film/DASS SuperSauce/Brown Paper/Acrylic Paint
Pro Chemical Disperse Dye/Cotton-Poly
Method: Transfer dyes are used by first applying color to non-absorbent paper, allowing the paper to dry and then transferring the color to a synthetic fabric by pressing with an iron. The pink background shape was transferred in this way. (Black and green elements were machine appliqued over top.)
Sheer Heaven/Acrylic Paint/Water Color Paper
Method: Sheer Heaven coated with acrylic paint - let dry, spritz Sheer Heaven with 70% isopropyl alcohol, transfer to water color paper