I watched her video twice and then spent the better part of yesterday (another snowy day) watching segments of the video and trying to replicate what she did. These two used a cloud filter and a gradation filter. I printed these on fabric and they do look like hand dyed.
Once you have a design that you like, you can then change the color and saturation of the whole thing to get an entirely new look. I guess that's how fabric companies get different colorways. The possibilities are endless! I am learning this so that I can print it on fabric and therein lies the rub. I bought a new Epson WF-7510 so that I could print on fabric bigger than 8 1/2" x 11". I had no trouble printing on that size, but when I went to 8 1/2 x 14, it rebelled. It crinkled the paper, folded over edges and jammed the machine. Argh!!! What I might have to do is send things to someone that will print your images on fabric, like Spoonflower. They can make yardage for you or print really big pictures on all kinds of fabric.
These last few that I showed are using brushes that are in the program and there are many, many. Next I have to learn how to make custom bushes. I'll have to watch that part of the video again (and again), but in the meantime I'll show you some more of my creations on Wordless Wednesdays, so stay tuned.
I've linked up with Off The Wall Friday again.