Are there other exceptions when you’ll want to cut rather than tear? Not all Washi and other varieties of paper you’ll use are easy to tear.
Working with Layers How to Layer Your Design With the Best Results If you stopped by chigirie.com last week to read my Tuesday Chigirie tip about working with your background, now’s the perfect time to take a moment and review that tip. We’ll briefly focus on working with paper this week. Take Your Time This Chigirie Tip of the Week shows you how to work with layers. Many designs require at least two layers of […]
Japanese Paper Tearing Art with the “Chigirie Tip of the Week“ From the beginning to the completion of a Chigirie collage, a variety of pre-dyed paper is used in place of paint and applied to the palette of your choice so the papers gently blend together. Chigirie: Depth and Perspective is your Tuesday Tip of the Week. A student recently asked me about the type of paper she should use to make her design stand […]
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