Inkodye DIY: Your Photo on Fabric in Red, Orange, and Blue

Don’t have a photography lab or just interested in the basic cyanotype concept? Inkodye to the rescue.

Available in blue, red, and orange, this dye can be used with the same ink-jet negative technique as Cyanotyping Fabric Images in Vibrant Blue, but without the hassle of mixing the chemicals yourself. If you don’t have access to a printer that can create large 8″x10″ negatives for you on overhead projector sheets, you can also use three-dimensional objects to do the trick in sunlight.

Go ahead. Enjoy the sunny weather this spring… all of you who don’t live in Portland.

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One thought on “Inkodye DIY: Your Photo on Fabric in Red, Orange, and Blue

  1. Thanks for interesting post, Kristen. I like to read your blog.

    Lack of sunshine is not so tragic in comparison to lack of spring at all. :-) March 23rd is already on calendar, and more than 13 hours in a row the heavy snow falls and strong wind blows behind my windows in Kyiv, Ukraine (Eastern Europe).

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