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Little Krishna and Sudama

| Fabric Craft > Fabric Painting Designs

By Usha Venkatraman

Difficulty Level Expert

A vibrant background of a village scene with lots of greenery becomes more realistic  with friends like little Krishna and Sudama playing and having fun.
It took 2 days to complete this painting.

how to do it yourself

STEP 1:-

Little Krishna and Sudama  - Step 1 | Hobbyideas

Trace the picture using carbon paper. Tracing is made simpler on any cloth by placing a bunch of newspaper inside the T shirt. Securing the carbon paper and tracing paper to the T shirt will enable ease in tracing. The newspaper should be removed only after the painting is complete.

STEP 2:-

Little Krishna and Sudama  - Step 2 | Hobbyideas

After tracing this is how it looks. I have used white carbon.

STEP 3:-

Little Krishna and Sudama  - Step 3 | Hobbyideas

Start painting from the top. Shading is done for sky, peacock feather, hut, house and bushes. Finish the first half of the painting.

STEP 4:-

Little Krishna and Sudama  - Step 4 | Hobbyideas

Shading is done for the ground and fence. No shading is done to the images of Little Krishna and Sudama. The flute is shaded.

STEP 5:-

Little Krishna and Sudama  - Step 5 | Hobbyideas

Krishna's ornament is painted using gold and Sudama's ornament with Indian Red and black. Flowers and leaves are painted using primary colours. The whole picture brightens up with a black outline. Finally the borders are painted with gold colour. Carefully remove the newspaper from inside the T shirt and your painted T-Shirt is ready.

you will need

Fevicryl Acrylic colours White 27, Black 02, Dark Green 06, Lemon Yellow 11, Fevicryl Soft Acrylic colours Crimson 204, Indian Red 210, Turquoise Blue 222, Lemon Yellow 211, Pearl Metallic Gold 352, Fevicryl Medium, T shirt, newspaper, tracing paper, Picture, carbon paper, tape,pencil, Fine Art Brush, rough cloth, water to clean the brushes, a few tissue paper, Colour Palette and an apron.