love image transfers and have even written a book, Image Transfer
Workshop, for Northlight so thought I would do a piece doing a transfer
directly on the Creative Paperclay®. It turned out better than I
started by gluing a doily on my panel and applying gesso when the glue
had dried. Next, I applied a shape of paper clay to the surface that fit
my toner image. I rolled out the clay and cut the shape on some waxy paper
then laid it on the surface and removing the wax paper.
I laid the toner image facing down on the dry paper clay and applied
the blender pen to the back in small areas. I burnished the image then
reapplied a second time before moving on to a larger area.
You can do a perfect transfer with a little patience. I prefer a slightly grunge look that I paint back into.
I added a wash of the Micaceous Iron Oxide paint and let dry.
Next it was the small details.
Have fun with this cool product and Dream in Color.