In this post, we would like to feature several video demonstrations for creating roses with alcohol ink. There are a number of ways to accomplish roses in Alcohol Ink and every artist seems to have a different approach!   We thought it would be great to feature a few that we think are noteworthy and that will add inspiration for you in your creative endeavors!

Roses in Alcohol Ink: Lifting Technique

The video is a quick technique video by myself (Laurie “Trumpet” Williams). In the video, I demonstrate a quick technique of lifting out the in to create a roses.

Alcohol Ink Rose Technique – The Other Fluid Art

The second featured video is from Gina DeLuca (youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTk9EhdlpdQmfaJ9QjgWPBw) 
Here, Gina uses Ranger Alcohol Inks in Cranberry, Valencia and Lettuce to create her beautiful rose.

Paint Roses with Alcohol Ink

The third featured Alcohol Ink Rose video is a time-lapse by Sharen AK Harris.  Sharen is one of our contributors and has a fully narrated version of this video in the Society. This video is a time-lapse of her technique and is so informative to watch.  Here style is truly unique and her looseness with the inks is beyond caparison!

Painting Wispy Abstract ALCOHOL INK Roses

The final featured video today on Roses in Alcohol Ink is from Myriam’s Nature (YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-Yr-p69aSD4vRn9mwpE4ug).  In this video, Myriam uses a heat gun and a technique of moving around the substrate as the ink dries.  This is a wonderful, fully narrated demonstration.

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Laurie "Trumpet" Williams is an alcohol ink artist and founder of the Alcohol Ink Art Community. She is also a digital marketing consultant helping artists and small businesses with online marketing strategies. Check out Laurie's full bio here: Laurie Trumpet Williams, Alcohol Ink Artist & Instructor.
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