Before you move on because the title basically gives everything away about how to do this (or not? Idk), I'm going to pique your curiosity by telling you something! This technique includes a secret ingredient (of sorts)! How exciting! So stay tuned, and I shall, in time, satisfy your ever growing curiosity.
I tried it once more in my art journal, which was a fun experience!)
The first thing to be done for this super cool technique is to "draw" a simple picture with liquid glue.
Well now that you know the secret ingredient, I'll give you the list of supplies for this project.
Heat tool (this is the one I have)
White fabric paint (or acrylic paint)
Optional: acrylic sealer (I got mine at Walmart; I have both matte and gloss, but I used gloss for this.)
I got the bright idea to use a heat tool to dry the glue because 1) It was already sitting out from some other project I don't remember now, and 2) Ain't nobody go time fo' dat! "Dat" being: waiting like thirty. whole. minutes. for the glue to dry. Yeah, um, not gonna happen.
On the edge of my dragonfly piece, I just did a simple squiggly line all around. This is an example of when I probably could have done the glue thicker. You can see that, even after drying with the heat tool, the glue looks pretty flat.
And I got out three bottles of the stuff because...I thought I'd need that much? Well I didn't. I only used one (the matte one, on the left, but it
What picture would you "draw"?