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Jace Hoodie by Petrichora Jace Hoodie by Petrichora
Made a Jace hoodie for my boyfriend for Halloween last year. Bleach and fabric paint on a navy hooded sweatshirt I got from Target.

Based on Jace Beleren from Magic: The Gathering, who has been depicted many times by different artists.
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I would wear this everywhere.
To school, to work, to bed, in the shower.
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AnonymousLarper Oct 2, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
How did you use the bleach? Did you brush it on using a stencil?
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Petrichora Oct 2, 2012  Professional General Artist
No stencil; just a paintbrush, a steady hand, and a hell of a lot of patience.
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AnonymousLarper Oct 3, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow, very nice! What size and type of brush did you use?
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Ahhhhh I love it! Might use the bleach painting if I make a second Jace hoodie because sewing everything on is a pain (and less likely to tear in the wash)

Really great job!
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Petrichora Jul 25, 2012  Professional General Artist
Oh man, yeah, I've seen yours! Looks super sweet, although yeah, I can see all that sewing being a bit tedious.
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Scarlet-Assassin May 24, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I love this! How did you control the bleach to get the patterns?
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Petrichora May 25, 2012  Professional General Artist
Paintbrush! :)
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Scarlet-Assassin May 28, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Sorry one last question! If you just put bleach in a bowl and paint, wouldn't the fabric just turn a peachy orange color? How did you get it white, is what I mean xD
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Petrichora May 28, 2012  Professional General Artist
As it happens, bleached navy just ends up bright red. (See: The detailing on the front, where I left it red.) To get it to white I just bleached more, although this time a bit watered-down. Then I added the lighter blue on the edges with fabric paint, so there weren't weird pink edges on the designs. Hope this helps!
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