In the this lesson we discover different methods of adding textures to our Alcohol Ink paintings. We begin with cotton balls, credit cards and coffee stirrers. There is a bonus creating sunlight streaks with a coffee stirrer.
In the this lesson we discover different methods of applying the ink including: pouring, nozzle applying, spritzing, circles and layers. We also test using ink directly from the bottle and with Blending Solution.
Dabbing is a great technique to add color to your paintings. Dabbing can be used for the background too.
Dabbing is a great technique to add color to your paintings. Take a look at the Pinata brand of inks and see how vibrant they are and how easy it is to layer them.
The is the third in a series to help you understand why and how Alcohol Inks work. In the this lesson we look at "how" by applying what we have learned in the first two lessons to a simple flower petal exercise. You will see how the amount of alcohol dictates how far...