fabric painting - jeans shirt - with triangles -

No 43 – Instead of adult colouring books – Fabric Colouring-in Design – Idea No 8 – freehand drawing – geometric patterns: triangles

Starting freehand drawing/painting on fabric is easy, isn’t it?

Dear friends of Your Colourful Mind,

In post No 39 we saw how Andy draw freehand a great geometric design on his t-shirt, just using a textile marker and a ruler.

And in posts No 41 and 42 we presented several examples of fabric painting projects in which circles and semicircles had been used to realize freehand drawings of geometric patterns on fabric.

So, yes, we know now that

Using geometric patterns in our fabric colouring design projects can help making freehand drawing easy and successful.

Today we focus on another geometric shape:

Further examples of freehand drawing and painting on fabric

Today: Geometric patterns – Triangles

 

fabric painting - t-shirt - black and red triangles
post 43 – fabric painting – t-shirt – geometric patterns – black and red triangles drawn free-handed with textile marker, coloured-in with fabric paint and paint brushes
fabric painting - jeans shirt - with triangles -
Post 43 – fabric painting – jeans shirt – geometric patterns – green and yellow triangles drawn free-handed with textile marker, coloured-in with fabric paint and paint brushes
fabric painting - t-shirt - pink triangles
post 43 – fabric painting – t-shirt – geometric patterns – pink triangles drawn free-handed with textile marker, coloured-in with fabric paint and paint brushes

 

Next time (Post No 44) we will finish the sequence of projects which focuses on geometric patterns with the intention to make starting freehand drawing easy. We will show how square shapes can help us to develop and realize designs on fabric.

What are your experiences with freehand drawing and painting? Have you used geometric patterns already? Did it help to create nice designs?

Please send images of your work to margot@your-colourful-mind.com. Sharing our experiences helps all of us improving our skills and increasing the fun!

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