Want to sublimate white on black? The secret is learning the proper application techniques.
It takes skill to apply white to black properly.
I am not just talking about the technique, I am also talking about the brush, the paint, the application process, and the overall look.
I have spent over a year developing a set of 10 white-on-black application techniques.
They are the most effective ways to sublimate white to black. Now, you can learn them too!
Materials Needed To Sublimate White on Black
Sublimation requires four main materials.
These include white base paint and black base paint. Both paints can be purchased from a local art supply store.
You will need to heat up the wall to apply the paint. The temperature needs to be high enough to melt the paint but low enough to not damage the paper or canvas.
This can be a cheap piece of paper or a canvas. It doesn’t matter because the result is the same.
You will use these to apply the paint and blend it together.
How To Sublimate White On Black?
Photo Of Colourless Object
One of the most common sublimation techniques is to take a photo of a colourless object and then replace the colour with white.
This can be done in Photoshop or Gimp. For example, if you want to create a black and white image of a blue shirt, you would take a picture of the shirt and then replace the blue colour with white.
You can also change the colours of an image in ways that weren’t possible with traditional black and white photography.
Sublimating white on black is one of the easiest and fastest methods of creating a black and white image.
To do this, you take a picture of something white, like a sheet of paper or a white wall. Then you open the picture in your editing software and notice three different layers.
The top layer is the original image, the second layer is the white background, and the third layer is the image you want to create.
After you have opened the image, you can click on the “white” button in the editing window’s upper-right corner.
The “white” button will turn the image into a solid white colour.
After you’ve turned the image white, you can adjust the brightness and contrast of the image.
For example, if you want the image to be darker, you can increase the brightness and decrease the contrast.
If you want the image to be lighter, you can decrease the brightness and increase the contrast.
The idea behind this technique is to use the same light we use to perceive colour to change its appearance.
We can make things appear lighter or darker than they are by changing the colour of the light we are looking at. This process is called Sublimation.