You will need
- - acrylic paint
- - plain clothes,
- - brush
- - heavy paper or cardboard,
- - adhesive paper,
- - pins
- - Scotch
- - iron.
To start with the paint. The particular choice depends on how exactly you are going to draw. If you plan to do a stencil pattern on it, buy the paint in spray can. Such acrylic paint will go on smoother fabric. If you are going to use the fabric as a canvas and create a masterpiece from it, please note the paints in tubes and jars. You will also need brushes of different thickness and thinner, because the thick paint will not allow you to draw delicate lines.
Find yourself a well ventilated area. This is especially relevant advice for those who will draw paint from a container. Prepare yourself a flat, level surface where it will be possible without problems to make your chosen quality canvas thing.
In clothing under the place where you will be drawing, it is better to invest a piece of thick paper or even cardboard, so that paint does not leak and is not imprinted on the reverse side of things.
If you paint a stencil, it would be optimal to cut it out of adhesive paper. So you can be sure that during application of the first coat of paint, the stencil will not shift, and the pattern is not deformed. If adhesive paper at hand was not, try to fix the stencil firmly with pins and tape.
If you draw by hand before proceeding to the coating clothing with acrylic paints, apply a simple pencil outlines of your drawing. Do not put the paint in a thick layer then it will be a very long wait until the picture dries. Better put light brush strokes in several layers.
Once you have completed your masterpiece and it is completely dry, the pattern must be sustained. To do this, it progladte iron, placing it between the picture and the sole plate is a sheet of paper or cut tissue. Now your unique clothes you can wear!