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  1. I would say, the butt has it :-).

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    1. Haha, good to know! I like that color too. 🙂

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  2. loreyally

    Wow, this is really good!! Are you drawing this by hand or are you using a drawing pad?

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    1. The process is a bit long to explain! The short version is, this is one of my black and white ink paintings printed on fabric using UV reactive dye. I did a tutorial a few months ago if you’d like to learn a bit more about the steps. 🙂

      Here’s the tutorial: https://callmecaitlin.wordpress.com/2015/03/15/an-updated-inkodye-tutorial-or-i-know-so-much-more-now/

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      1. Hi Caitlin! I’ve been following your blog for some time now, and I must say I really enjoy your artworks!

        Your tutorial in particular got me interested in trying Inkodye in the future, and you have my thanks. Just wondering, how do you print with more than one color like this?

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      2. Hi Mays! Thank you so much for following the blog! 😊
        To get two colors, I print my image on the fabric, then rinse and wash it out like normal. After it’s dry, I go back and paint in the second dye layer with a little paint brush, then rinse and wash again. Please let me know if you have any more questions, and I hope you give inkodye a shot!

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      3. Oh, so that’s how you do it! Thanks for explaining. This will really help me in the future. Thank you very much, and keep up your good work 😀

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