So you start with a black or halftone print on a transparent medium and use it to shield a permeable frame covered in light sensitive paste when it is exposed to UV light before cleaning it with pressurized water and wholla! You have your own screen!
Ready to be printed as soon as you figure out what kind of dye or pigment will work with the given fabric -acid, azo, vat, direct, and what process -disperse, devore, flock, pigment, foil..
ok, I’m beginning to think that maybe it IS kinda difficult. But if you trust me and carry on, and actually succeed in doing one ..you will find yourself hooked to this outstanding process of printing! It is amazing -ly awesome!
Here’s a sketch of hindu deity Lord Rama I made on the back of some register.
Im not much of a religious person, but I truly believe that the images of our deities need to be modernized for the youth to take interest in them. Our hindu Gods used to be depicted in beautiful and generally healthy form.
I believe that they should now be illustrated as more muscular and well.. “super”-like, so that the onlooker can relate more to them as “the protector”. For a start, I think they need a slight bit identity rebuilding..
An abstract interpretation of Lord Rama. There still is a lot that is going to be done on this, meanwhile, critic and suggestions are welcome.
Thanks to advanced cell phone technologies, ever since we have had cameras in them, we have stopped losing a lot of data (memories) we otherwise would (most probably) have forgotten by now.
So here’s what I and my then flatmate Yudi made on Divya for ‘body art’ in 3rd year of our graduation. (Now an illustration, or is it?)
The theme was Aquatic something :P
A guilty conscience is more honorable than regret.
I ask one question that either makes you feel good that you are one of those who care, or places you in front of a mirror where you meet someone you cant face, and you cant run from either. That someone is your own conscience.
I intend to shake the conscience of every single individual that reads this one question.
You may lie to me. How do you lie to yourself?