Show us what you've made! I'll start.
>pic related: tie bleach shirt
pic is not mine, but inspo'd me to do the same
should i just fold a black t in a spiral, tie with some bands and dip in bleach? will it look like pic?
OP here, don't dip it. It will bleach too much fabric. For that look you'll need very concentrated bleach and a brush or something. (Since you want clean edges around the white areas). Not sure how to fold it though.
Oh and btw, It's unlikely that's been done with bleach, since the fabric on black shirts is usually orange/yellow.
OP here, I have
>2 black shirts
>1 gray (those 50% polyester 50%cotton mix shirts)
>1 dark purple
I also have:
The white paint covers black shirts, and vice-versa.
What do? Suggestions? Inspo?
Anyone ever make cologne?
It appears to be as simple as adding essential oils into and alcohol/water mix, but... how would they create top and base notes if everything just gets all mixed in there.
>pic related. making a counterfeit creed would be a fun place to start
whats happening to /fa/ culture ? the part that design and make their own clothes ? i see less and less DIY threads lately
Did this three days ago, i got a hold of over 5 pair of pants, will be working about them this week
before - after
the angle is fuck up, i will post good ones on the next thread
make geometrical shapes on the back, pic as a example but i fucked up because the glossy letters from the shirt can be seen
i did it months ago, i posted the link for weeks on every DIY thread
the video is outdated but doesnt mean you cant follow it; it uses an old way to do it but easier. the new way i know is harder but perfect
there are two ways
cop the pattern and cut the fabric over it and sew it
buy a shirt and tear it apart from the seams a,d pay a lot of attention on every seam and piece, usually a regular shirt has 2 pieces and the 2 sleeves, then draw yourself the pattern and sew it back again and you can use the pattern to make new shirts
i made a vest the other day for my little sister, it isn't that hard, its just a matter of space imagination and ability to cut and sew, just remember to let some extra fabric on the seams for the flaps or,else it will tear apart
yes, but there are precise measurements for water:alcohol and essential oils.
I don't know to much about it though and am hoping someone who has done it or tried it before can chime in for us.
But look at this shit. An entire bottle of oil is only $3... fuauurk some is going to do this
WHAT THE FUCK.
Cologne recipes are a thing.
This is so happening now.
edit: essential oil prices kind of kill it...
this has been an emotional rollercoaster...
How hard would it be to sew a properly draping, long sleeved t-shirt? I was looking at some $150 shirt and i was sooo close to copping just to recreate..
That reminds me, I had these tees with brand logos in them so I did this to them.
"Raavas" was the name I came up with and sold the shirts I made at the time.
guise i need help
i accidentally bought this tee a few months ago and i find the text a bit cheesy for my tastes.
i did some modifications in paint and have come up with three options (if you can convince me that the text isn't cheesy, that is)
please note that that's the front. since it's a jersey tee, shouldn't the numbers be at the back? has anyone modified a tee to be worn the opposite way?
Would it be possible to cover the bottom right print on this t-shirt?
You could try getting a shirt sizes too big and then just using your amazing /diy/ sewing skills to cut that out and still make the shirt a good fit.
Most likely no chance with dyes or paint though.
Oh yeah forgot to write that I did that in paint.net, I'll see what it looks like on skreened. If it's good enough I might cop it from myself instead of buying the film one, but I think the film one has a nicer texture to it and I'm too shit to do that myself.
I bought an adidas x bape mesh jersey that's pretty cool, but it's many sizes too big
I was thinking about cutting out the cool logo part and made cutting out an equal amount on an old tote bag I have and attaching it to make a see through mesh panel on it. But I feel like there's a high risk of faliure doing that, does anyone have any better idea's?
What's the plan exactly?
Like can you draw with paint how you would cut that? Also how does the material feel?
It doesn't look too sturdy so more than likely the tote would get rekt pretty fucking fast, I would attach some sort of stronger fabric behind that and then sew it to the tote bag myself, but that kinda ruins the mesh panel idea (which is pretty fucking cool honestly)
I haven't thought it out very much
but I guess my plan would be to cut a rectanglular hole out of a black tote I have (or buy a cheap black backpack or something) and attach the cut out from the jersey on the inside either sewing it in or using fabric glue
the jersey material is fairly thin, but it feels pretty high quality and durable, I'm not too worried about it ripping
Not the anon you're replying to, I'm OP.
Just did this, had painted with brush and sponge.
Did I do good?
Probably don't remember this but about a week ago I asked about an idea of cutting the collar of an odd-fitting H&M t-shirt. I finally got round doing it, and I'm pretty happy with the result, fits more comfortable and I like the look of it better. Pic related. Not anything fancy but I like the outcome. Sorry for the faggy pose, don't have my stative to take pictures atm.
came out real good. Also I'm the original anon he was replying too, sorry just wasn't around, here are pics of what I did
bought these grey h&m joggers for the gym and dyed them black. i like the light black colour i got
pic is bright
>get dish of black dye
>find something with a rotating disc or whatever
(fan, rotary tool, fucking saw, whatever)
>hang shirt sideways
>guard yourself against dye that will be flying everywhere
>dip tool in dye
>aim at shirt, turn on tool
theres probably a better way to do this but whatever
My mom got me these shoes forever ago, The design isn't to bad but the shitty brown color makes me want to vomit.
I want to paint them white but im not sure how
spray paint will look on canvas shoes.
Ill post pictures tomorrow if this thread is still up
You don't necessary need a screen for it, granted you end up with slightly worse print and not as even layer of paint.
But yeah, it's totally option even though you don't have screen.
Bleach splattered hoodie
I cant tell if it is dope, or i got too much bleach on it and it looks like a fuccboi galaxy sweatshirt
Here we go
Things were looking pretty grim, the paint was uneven as fuck but 2 layers and ironing did wonders.
The logo on the back could have been bit higher but I'm pretty happy all in all.
Bought pic related a while ago. I like the silhouette, but really aren't a fan of the wool swoosh.
any idea how i can remove it?
probably one of my best DIY
took this big ass pants $6 and about 34/32 and made them 29/30, more than 5 hours straight working.
step one: materials
>buy some white fabric paint (speedball)
>buy a roll of freezer paper
>get a brush
>get a razor blade
step two: prep
>print out words/letters in the same font as the one you removed
>trace words onto freezer paper
>iron freezer paper where you want print to be on fabric
step three: doing
>brush over the letters with the fabric paint making sure you get a good even coat
>you can do a few coats if you like
>peel off freezer paper SLOWLY after everything has dried
there you go. now you know how to make stencils for screen printing
>>brush over the letters with the fabric paint making sure you get a good even coat
You can also get old sponge or piece of mattress or something similar and 'tap' the paint in, it gives pretty even layer of paint and is just plain fun to do.
would I be able to get a similar blotchy design to the supreme shirts? (image related)