With regards to my style, I have somewhat of a numerous identity issue. In my storage room. I cherish blossoms, sparkle, hues, periphery… also, bones. On one level, I believe I’m pulled in to the restlessness of skulls and spines, however on another level, I think I simply perceive the excellence of something so normal, useful, and key. What’s more, I adore a trek to the Natural History Museum *almost* as much as I cherish a late-night scavenge on Fabric.com or an excursion to my top pick shop. 🙂
So when a blog companion of mine tested me to make something from a plain white shirt… and afterward my flat mate got back home with an amazing spine tank beat, I knew I needed to make sense of some venture including a spine.
Step 1: First Step: White Tee
The main things you truly requirement for this venture are a white shirt, some delicate texture paint or color, some scissors, an unfilled container, and a paintbrush. (I utilized Tulip’s delicate paint. That stuff rocks.)
Step 2: Make Dye From Paint
The primary thing I did was dribble about a tablespoon of delicate texture paint into a vacant container and include some water. Weakening the delicate texture paint makes it act more like color. I adore the streaks that it makes in the shirt when you hang it up to dry- – and there is a tiny bit of sparkle in the paint.:)
Step 3: Draw Spine
After you’ve hung your designed custom t-shirt to dry, lay it out on the ground and plan where you need your spine to go. I simply made general little territories with a pen.
Step 4: Cut Out Spine
Removed em! The spine shape does not need to be superbly cut- – I really think it looks more restless and less like you’re cutting little circles in the t shirt on the off chance that you make it somewhat harsh. Which is great… since I’m bad at dull things? 😉
Step 5: Paint Ribs
After you’ve removed all the spinal circles, simply paint ribs on the back. Certainly utilize some Google picture ventures to look off a spine picture. For a few
reason, you imagine things a specific route in your mind, and afterward when it’s an ideal opportunity to draw them, you understand that the spine goes in a totally unique manner. 🙂
Likewise, I think it would look truly cool with white ribs.
Step 6: The End.
What’s more, that is it! 🙂