First I started with a wet background using Cloudy Blue and added the Lake Mist with a small detail brush. I created some feathery lines for the first layer then let that dry.
Then added a drop of Citrus and tilted my paper to spread out the inks, then added a drop of eggplant, and finally a drop of Pool Blue.
Watch it below
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Basic Alcohol Ink Materials List:
Ranger Alcohol Ink
91% Isopropyl Alcohol
Blending Solution or Try (Home Made Blending Solution)
2 small containers for Alcohol
Kamar Varnish (Sealer)
UV Spray (Helps reduce color fading)
I am also one of the founding contributors for the Alcohol Ink Art Community – JOIN us for loads of Information about Alcohol Ink!
If you haven’t tried one of my online Alcohol Ink Course’s you can find a Material List Video for my classes as well as I’ve added some online links below for you. This is also a great list for beginner students to play on their own.
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Kellie Chasse is a Simply Living, Debt Free, Professional Artist and instructor from Maine, who loves to share her favorite painting techniques with students from all over the world, folks just like you who may be looking for a simple easy step by step way to create with Alcohol Inks or watercolor. Visit Kellie's profile to see her work and learn about her online courses and contributions to the alcohol ink art community!
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