Well what do you know, a puppet told me about this process.
Its a variant on the Mod Podge method of image transfer to wood.
First up recognition of the process must go to TheCrafsMan as it was his Post which lead into this test run, Thank you.
I used a water based product from Estapol called XTRA Clear Gloss interior
I Followed Mr Puppets directions and achieved the following results.
1. First up found an image I wanted to test out from the net.
2. Then using a computer graphic program reversed the images and printed them
3. Cut them out and using my veneer roller pressed them firmly into the prepared surface
4. Let then dry for about 2 hours and then removed the paper
Here are the results,
A close up of Image 1
A close up of Image 2
And a couple more all together
My Grandson is a bit of a Zombie fan so I will make a finished product for him.
The process does work very well and although this is only the second time I have used colour images its prompted me to continue.
Want to know more?
Check out the blog…. Printing on Wood (Transfer Using Acrylic Polyurethane)
10-21-2015 03:07 PM by TheCrafsMan
-- Regards Robert