CDB technology, OP observations


Yes, the bee is busy! This bee is using nature, digital technology, Photoshop play, and old-fashion pen and scissors to make art. It's XCDNLE fun.

Bee 03/01/2016 Rowlett Creek Trail
Photoshop mode change to black/white

Pen sketch plan and preliminary papercut composition
Papercut revised after scanning to clarify image

Cyanotype print on treated fabric

Place papercut atop a square of chemically-treated fabric, then under glass, and exposed to this grey day's UV rays just after noon. Wait fifteen minutes while trying to remember William Steig's inspiring 1968 book.

(D B S N D F L R)

Rinse fabric in water, and then water with a few drops of hydrogen peroxide. Dry flat.

© 2014-2016 Nancy L. Ruder

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