Does anyone know how I can transfer some graphic images made on computer to the wood? Does anyone know how to do this, so that it is well done and perfectly crisp?
For example, my son’s wooden toys have several images that have not been painted. It’s clear that they were transferred to wood or printed somehow.
How can I do this in my creations? I already tried to do with mod podge, but it gets blurred and the results are not very professional .. For example, in the photos in attach,
How were these drawings transferred to the wood? When I pass my hand there are no irregularities. Is there any way to do this at home?
I always use a laser print transfer liquid. Gives very crisp results! Sparingly brush the liquid on both surfaces (wood and paper with laser print), leave to dry, and wash away the paper with a wet sponge. It helps to print on thinner paper. The brand name I use is Powerprint by a Belgian manufacturer called Powertex. Might be hard to get outside of Belgium, but I’m sure there are similar products available elsewhere.
Oh, and don’t forget to print in mirror image.
That’s the one. It does give crisp results, but you need to be careful while rubbing the paper off. Use only with laser prints. Ink jet prints give blurry results.
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