I usually paint on white fabric using pigment ink and sometimes Setacolor paint. I'm thinking this time I might appreciate a light color of yellow in the background using Dynaflow by Jacquard to " dye" my white fabric. First I've placed my clean white sheer cotton fabric ( Hoffman PFD #1377) on my plastic work surface. I've heavily misted it with clear water, then loosely brushed on Dynaflow in varied directions. This looks really bright but I don't think it will be when dry... If so, I'll do it "another time lighter."
Since I'm not at all interested in creating a perfectly even finish on the surface, I'll even throw on a bit of rock salt hopefully to further mottle the finished surface. Now to let it air dry!!!!
A couple hours later, all is well and the final thing to do is to heat set. Iron set on dry cotton setting and merely iron it like a shirt . The reverse side is lighter than the painted side. Take Your pick. The modeling is satisfactory to my thinking!