From this Saturday, Nuido members and JEC will hold a class here at Treacy Conference Centre, located at Melbourne, Australia. We are very fortunate to have a class in such wonderful environment.
Special Workshop will starts from tomorrow 10:00 am here at Treacy Centre, Melbourne.
Participants have chosen from three designs; Golden Camellias, Iris, and Flower Ship.
We will be focusing on Realistic Effect Techniques.
We can't wait to see how stitchers will depict those flowers on fabric.
Tomorrow will be the last day for the workshop here at Melbourne. We are tackling for the Realistic techniques. Nowadays, realistic effects are employed to incorporate color changes within a motif in a manner that may be either stylized or causal.
This design is one of the three designs which participants of Melbourne workshop could choose. Realistic: random short and long technique is applied. This design is a nice source for knowing the basics of the realistic techniques.
There are beautiful Azaleas in the garden of Nuido workshop venue in Melbourne. This precious center has a history of 150 years.
Another closeup image of Flower Ship. Color blending is done to create gradation for flowers and leaves. We had quite fun and exciting discussions about this during workshop.
Realistic: random long and short technique and Superimpose: stitched preparation is applied.
We all are agreed about the color schemes and were able to stitch with calm and tranquility in the wonderful environment at Portsea, Australia.
Foundation layer is just as important as the superimposed stitches. We need to focus our full attention to each stitches.
Taking on a challenge on color blending and vein techniques. There are several tips to do it.