nilsdejongh nilsdejongh
How would i achieve this effect?

http://tinypic.com/r/8svp/8

CHEERS!
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Colleen Colleen
The blue and black look sprayed on, like airbrushing,
or sprayed on with a spray bottle. The red looks like sleeve was pushed together so there would be white areas and red applied here and there.
Buy some cheap t-shirts (the kind in a package) from Wal-Mart, and experiment!
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[Deleted User] [Deleted User]
Hi Nils,

The multiple colors on this hoodie do look like they were sprayed on - I'd guess a spray bottle as there are larger dots of color. This could be done with Procion MX dye so long as your shirt is 100% cotton or other natural fabric. http://jacquardproducts.com/procion-mx.html
I suspect the white spots of color were made with a paint - again - probably using a spray bottle. Our Neopaque white would work well in this application. http://jacquardproducts.com/neopaque.html

Also, my apologies for the delayed response - it looks like I'd started a response that ended up in my drafts!

annette
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cavy82 cavy82
That is an extremely ugly sweatshirt! Im sure even if you get a bunch of kids to spray colors on it theyll do a better job! LOL- good luck- !
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