Alcohol Ink Art Projects

Alcohol Ink Abstraction

Alcohol Ink Abstraction

In Taylor Pepple’s Alcohol Ink Abstraction video she shows how she uses a hot air gun to create a beautiful abstract.  She doesn’t stop there Taylor makes this piece totally hers by taking her abstract to a fun and capricious piece with splatters and dots.  For more...

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Alcohol Ink and Resin Beach Scape

Alcohol Ink and Resin Beach Scape

Watch as Erika Bauer shows you how she creates a magical beach scape in her video “Alcohol Ink and Resin Beach Scape”.  She walks you through creating a beautiful beach and the deep depths of the sea. Erica then shows how to resin and add white foam waves in the...

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Working with Metallics

Working with Metallics

In Clara Lawrence's video Working with Metallics she works with Gold and Silver metallics.  She shows several ways of applying metallics.  She also shows the difference in using 91% alcohol and blending solution. For more of Clara’s videos please visit her YouTube...

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Painting Flowers in Alcohol Ink

Painting Flowers in Alcohol Ink

Kate Spencer-Millan’s video “Painting Flowers in Alcohol Ink” shows how to create beautiful Irises. Kate shares her unique blowing technique. She also applies Alcohol Ink with brushes. As you watch this time lapse video, you’re transported to a sunny field of flowers....

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How to Paint Poppies with an Aqua Brush

How to Paint Poppies with an Aqua Brush

Recently, I posted a painting on Facebook of these beautiful poppies painted with alcohol ink and an aqua brush on yupo. Yupo is a tree free, polypropylene paper. I prefer the translucent paper for this type of painting as the surface is slightly different from...

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Embossing Folders, Die Cuts and Alcohol Inks

Embossing Folders, Die Cuts and Alcohol Inks

by Trena Brannon Hello Beautiful People! Today I’m sharing some fun techniques to inspire you to think about using your embossing folders and die cuts in a different way. Preparing the Substrate To start, I spread a thin coat of primer (K2) /gesso onto cardstock. I...

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