Renowned digital fiber artist Wen Redmond shares her inspiration, techniques, and processes in her book Wen Redmond’s Digital Fiber Art so that you can learn to use your own photographs and inkjet printer to create unique, personal works of art.
She also explains what products to use to make your own media to print on and how to finish and protect your completed work.
In the book, there are so many fascinating examples of how Wen combines images to create her art that it was hard to pick just one to share with you. I decided on Trees Singing—take a look.
Original photo of trees near Wen’s home.
Painted paper used for a digital background layer.
Trees and painted paper layered using Photoshop.
Another photo of trees that will be digitally altered and added as another layer in Photoshop.
Wen digitally resized the layered image to make it smaller so that it created borders when added.
Photos by Wen Redmond.
If you’ve never used layers in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements, you’ll be amazed at how easy they are to use and what a stunning variety of results you can get. And using layers is just one technique that Wen shares.
Join Wen on her journey and start creating your own digital masterpieces.