24 Replies to “Painting fabric. Using Inktense Blocks and Pencils to paint feathers on fabric. Fun for kids too!”

  1. Well these are proper lovely! Thank you! I also love the fact you’re not using any fixative or fabric medium…are they permanent once dry?

  2. Fabulous. I am going to give it a go with my new inktense crayon set. I will probably use the golden 900 (can't remember exact name) instead of or as well as water to make the ink permanent after heat setting for 4-5 mins with hot iron. TKs so much for the inspiration.

  3. Gorgeous looks like a lot of fun. Do you think oil pastels would work for this as well? Also do you have to heat set? Make s me want to get Inktense Blocks!!!!

  4. Amazing video, it's always good to support our community! P.S pls hit the red button for me too if you can :-). i have music on my channel as well as music lessons

  5. Wow absolutely magic i love it wonderfull brilliant!!!!!!!❤️❤️❤️❤️finally something new…..i have only one question…what kind of colors do you use?? Thanks for this lovely idea🌸🌷🌺🍀

  6. 228..supporting!!!! Thos is amazing talent..very nice….full watch!!! Beginningvto end no skipping..liked and joined…see yiu soon

  7. What an inspirational video! Thank you for sharing your very clever method TC. This I have to try. Crafty hugs and Best wishes Marion in the UK.

  8. Great idea. Just curious why you don't use textile medium/fabric fixative in your water to set the images permanently?

  9. Hi thank you for sharing your work. I had a go but when using the water it is leaving a water mark around the work. Looking at your work there is no water mark any ideas? thanking you in advance.

  10. This looks like fun to do with kid! These are the only two I've watched so far. By the way, what is that noise? It's a rapid pat, pat, pat, pat! It's very distracting. Since I couldn't see your hands in the first one, I thought maybe you were shaking your brush or something. In this one, it's obvious that isn't it. Do you know what I'm referring to? I'd like to watch more of your videos, but wonder if this is in all of them. 🙂

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