found on YouTube
I found a noce one, too. OK, so the quality is not the best, but it must look awesome under black light.
(I tried embedding it, but all I got was a deleted post and a message about bad content ;-) )
Here's the list of "ingredients":
Dharma Trading Jaquard Acid dyes
on 8mm habotai silk
and weighted with curtin weights
Thanks for sharing. I love the web and the possibilities it offers.
Check this one out!
You can find the father's work at their gallery's website
It's not my way of dyeing but I have to admit I'm amazed by his work.
I finally got the time to look at this little film. I didn't know, that you could make borders with the wax and fill in the middle sort of like window colors. I only saw wax as a resist for reserving details or areas of the painting. Thanks for sharing.
Today I got side tracked to YouTube for the first time. I looked for some things on Tie-Dye but couldn't find anything really woth while and here you go and post something from YouTube. Unbeleivable! We must have been online there a about the same time. I wasn't so intelligent to look for Baik, though....
Here's a short Indonesian one one showing how to use a tjap...
Not as interesting or inspiring as watching the hand-painted batik, but people do occasionally ask about how tjaps are used.
[I don't think other users can embed a video like this, but if you put the link in I will embed it.]
Wow! The thing that struck me with this film was the precision with which he applied those stamps and made it look easy. Just shows you how you get better with time and experience in no matter what you do.
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