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Amanda R. Milam
 

Making your own backdrop?


I recently painted my own backdrop using a double roller (one that you can use 2 different colors at the same time). It turned out pretty good but I really want a softer look than what paint gives. I know that some people have said that they use Rit Dye in a spray bottle, how is that done? Do you have to mix it with water, spray it on and let it dry? Do you have to rinse it after it dries? I aslo thought about using spray paint? How about using a feather duster or some sort of paint brush that gives that effect? Any ideas?


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1/30/2006 4:24:13 PM

 
Denyse Clark
BetterPhoto Member Since: 10/2/2002
  Hi Amanda,
I'm trying to make backdrops too, and found this article on BP by Denise Miotke. I printed it & am hoping to try it out in the next week or two. Maybe it'll help you also...

http://www.betterphoto.com/exploring/MakingBackDrops.asp


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1/30/2006 6:46:28 PM

 
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