Final Wood Transfers

These are my photos of my final pieces. In order to make these, I first cut the wood down to the appropriate size. I decided to make the images different sizes to add interest and eliminate ‘dead space’.

I knew that there was a high possibility that some of the ink would be rubbed off in the process of removing the paper so I decided to sand the edges of each photo down slightly to give them a distressed look. I like this effect because you can see the raw wood & it appears as though the images have been painted onto the wood.

rose

mirror

axe

egg

hair

porridge

porridge sideAs you can see in this side view of the porridge transfer, The wood warped a little bit when it got wet. This was to be expected really, but it’s not very noticeable and won’t effect how I will hang my images.

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