Texture - Directionality, Cross Contour, Different Stitches Possible
A course by Camille Labarre , Freelance Fabricator
Learn how to create unique embroidered portraits full of color and texture using the punch needle technique
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About the video: Texture - Directionality, Cross Contour, Different Stitches Possible
“Time to punch! I highly recommend making a sampler first to try out using your punch needle and play with different stitches and different methods for laying down color. We go over a few of them here. ”
In this video lesson Camille Labarre addresses the topic: Texture - Directionality, Cross Contour, Different Stitches Possible, which is part of the Domestika online course: Embroidered Portraits with Punch Needle. Learn how to create unique embroidered portraits full of color and texture using the punch needle technique.
Partial transcription of the video
“Texture Directionality, cross contour, different stitches possible Now that we have our punch needles up and running, it's time to get down to business. We'll start talking about texture and the different stitches and materials that you can use to achieve a whole range of effects using this technique. First, we're gonna talk about cross contour lines. A cross contour line is a way to describe shape using lines. Let's say we are drawing a cone shape. That looks rather flat. But as soon as we add in these cross contour lines, it starts to become three-dimensional. This is something we wanna k...”
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Course summary: Embroidered Portraits with Punch Needle
AreasEmbroidery, Portrait illustration, Punch Needle, Textile illustration
Camille Labarre is a freelance crafter specializing in the creation of props, puppets, and sets for animation, film, and theater. Based in New York City, she often works for puppetry companies and stage productions on Broadway, and creates miniatures for TV commercials.
As a passionate crafter, she explores and blends techniques from other disciplines to make her work unique. She has collaborated on projects for Honda, Gucci, Amazon, and Tom Ford, among others. You can find her work in television and short films, as well as on walls, stages, and Instagram.