Do you mean 'arabesque'? That is the only term I am aware of. I hope this helps!
1 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 05/04/2012
This process is called marbling. We can marble paper this way, too. The video link below mentions a brand of ink to use and demonstrates the technique. It leads to other demos. Hope that helps.
2 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 19/03/2012
It sounds like your talking about calligraphy lettering. You can find this subject on line or go to a book store (maybe a used book store) and select samples or instruction manuals to learn what you want. Calligraphy is usually...
2 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 28/08/2008
Draw it on tear away, heat away or wash away embroidery stabilizer -- whatever is appropriate for your fabric, and then sew. Or hand baste, using thread and sew a mm or so away from the basting; pull the basting when done. Or if only one side will be...
2 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 13/03/2010
There are a few ways to enter special characters. You can enter alt codes which consist of holding down the "ALT" key and typing 1-4 digits on the keypad. On a laptop hold "Fn ALT" and type...
1 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 31/03/2008
You need to add more water. Oil paints are not the best for marbling, acrylic works better. But yeah, thin it out more.
2 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 03/02/2009
look on you tube. i always finde what i am looking for there
2 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 21/11/2010
There are so many ways to do this. I don't know what level you are at. You could spend a lifetime mastering Photoshop. This tutorial has all of the techniques that could be applied to your specific example...
3 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 22/04/2009
The first two are controlled splatters. Work with the paint a bit, throw it around, and experiment with different types of mark-making to get effects like these. The last one is different--it seems to be a...
1 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 23/01/2010