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Grey Warden Griffen Banner by Asukauk Grey Warden Griffen Banner by Asukauk
Fly the banner for the Grey Wardens from the game Dragon Age. Don't let their scarfice be in vain.
Hang this hand painted fabric banner with wooden crosspiece with pride and support the Grey Wardens in their endless battle against the Darkspawn.

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:iconmurdelizer:
oh my, super-awesome! :) you should totally do one in some shape like this--> [link] , would be even cooler!
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:iconasukauk:
Thanks for the comment i might get round to doing alternate verions at some point.
I'm aready working on a version for the Grey Warden motto.
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:iconmurdelizer:
What kind of method do you use for your banners? do you "just" paint it on? :)
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:iconasukauk:
Trace the image first.There's no way i can draw that griffin free hand. Rub tailors chalk on the back like you would with pencil,if you where tracing onto paper. Carefully! lay it chalk side down and go over the outline. Then Carefully! lift the tracing paper so you don't smudge the chalk outline you've just placed down.Go over the chalk outline with white fabric paint otherwise your chalk outline will just rub off half way through painting.Then fabric paint to complete it.
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:iconmurdelizer:
seems like a simple and practical method, thank you! :) I tried doing some shirts using a cut-out stencil...it was just a disaster. the paint was *everywhere* but where it should have been. what kind of paint do you use?
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:iconasukauk:
Dlyon fabric paint. you can get it for dark fabrics aswell. which helps. To seal it just iron with a hot iron. but place a tea towel between the paint and the iron, just incase the paint marks the iron, you can smear unwanted marks over your paint work.With a towel it just gets absorbed saving your art work.Hope this is useful
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:iconmurdelizer:
thanks a lot for your expert advice, you totally brought me in the mood to do something like that. :happybounce: maybe enhance my jacket a bit. :D
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:iconasukauk:
Glad i've inspired you,and hopefull been able to point you in the right direction :)

You have to let me know how it goes.:D
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