I didn't want an exact copy cat so I made it designer better by adding green glitter paint around the bat to give it an eerie glow and a smaller bat in lower right hand side to cover a bleach stain.
I did mine a little differently though.
Items I used:
- Long Sleeve T-Shirt
- Pen, pencil or Sharpie
- Black Acrylic Paint
- Green Glitter Acrylic Paint
- Fabric medium paint additive
- Foam Brush
- Large magazine
- Plastic bag
- Straight pins
I pinned it to the shirt, drew around the shape with a Sharpie then painted around the bat with the green glitter acrylic paint mixed with the fabric medium (2 parts paint to 1 part fabric medium. All paints purchased at Michael's on sale last week 5/$2).
It was looking too much like a toxic Batman so I added more green glitter paint to make it a rectangular shape (using the large magazine underneath as my guide).
I then dabbed around the edges with the black paint with the fabric medium and then painted the rest of the bat shape with black paint.
For the small bat shape I just freehanded a smaller bat and this time I pinned down the outline and used the black paint mixture to dab the bat shape.
I allowed it to dry overnight then ironed it the next day to help seal the paint.
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