In the following demonstration from our YouTube Channel, artist and instructor, Laurie “Trumpet” Williams demonstrates a flowing abstract with Tim Holtz Ranger Inks and Metallics on NARA Synthetic Paper.
In the presentations, I will demonstrate just how easy it is to create a flowing and vibrant work of art. I never get tired of this technique. If you are new to alcohol inks, this is an excellent way to get started with ink. Although I’m using NARA paper here, there are other substrates that can be used such as YUPO, Ceramic Tile, Kirkland Photo paper (back side), Ceramic Tile paper…. and the list goes on. Basically you can create this on any non-porous surface!
I also find that if I’m in a “creative slump” (It happens to all of us.), I can do a series of these and I’m able to get my creative juices flowing. It’s very therapeutic for me! Enjoy!
Here is a list of supplies that were used in this video!
- NARA Synthetic Paper (not round, but 5″ x 6″ https://amzn.to/38yMnkj)
- Tim Holtz Ranger Alcohol Ink (Sunshine Yellow, Mermaid, Raspberry)
- Tim Holtz Blending Solution ( https://amzn.to/2BIueo9 )
- 91% Isopropyl alcohol
- Pipette ( https://amzn.to/38EuVLm )
- Small Container for Alcohol
- Small Round brush
- Paper Towels
- Stir Stick
NOTE: Some of the links to supplies on this page are affiliate links, meaning that if you purchase, the Alcohol Ink Art community receives a small commission. All proceeds go to the operation and maintenance of the Alcohol Ink Art Community so we can continue to bring you helpful content and demonstrations. Thank you for your support.
Latest posts by Alcohol Ink Art Community (see all)
- Debra Jason – Alcohol Ink Scarves - September 12, 2022
- Jacquard Piñata Varnish for Sealing Alcohol Ink – Could be a Game Changer! - August 25, 2022
- Summer Wreath – Alcohol Ink Class with Francine Dufour Jones - May 27, 2022