This is video number two in my series of alcohol ink abstracts. Yesterday, I shared a blog post on creating on the NARA paper rounds. This time, I’m creating on the BACK SIDE of Kirkland Photo paper which works similar to Yupo and NARA paper. It’s a much less-expensive alternative and great for quick projects like this one.
In the video below, I share a simple demonstration on pouring, controlling the flow (within reason) and using Snowcap and Mixatives to add depth, value and a little something extra.
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!
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Here is a list of supplies that were used in this video!
- Kirkland brand photo paper ( https://amzn.to/2Z7gOuF )
- Tim Holtz Ranger Alcohol Ink (Sunshine Yellow, Mermaid, Raspberry)
- Tim Holtz Blending Solution ( https://amzn.to/2BIueo9 )
- Tim Holtz Metallic Mixatives ( https://amzn.to/2Z7o6yC )
- Tim Holtz Ranger Snowcap ( https://amzn.to/2Z6eUut )
- 91% Isopropyl alcohol
- Pipette ( https://amzn.to/38EuVLm )
- Small Container for Alcohol
- Small Round brush
- Paper Towels
- Stir Stick
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