The is the twelth in a series to help you understand why and how Alcohol Inks work. In this lesson we look at brushes – different shapes, quality, layering and mixing colors, the affect of evaporation and how to reconstitute dye left in the palette.
You may want to go back and watch Lesson #3 for Push and Glide with a brush.
Questions and comments are always welcome.
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Here are the prior lessons:
Lesson #1 The Role of the Alcohol
Lesson #2 Proportion Between Alcohol and Dye
Lesson #5 Finish the Vibrant Pear with a Dabbed Background
Lesson #6 Pouring, Applying, and the Power of Blending Solution
Lesson #7 Textures Part 1 Cotton Balls, Credit Cards and Coffee Stirrers
Lesson #8 Textures Part 2 Toothbrush, Mini mister, felt and stamping
Lesson #9 Textures Part 3 Fan, Wisp Brushes, Monoprints & Folded Yupo
Lesson #10 Staining and Lifting
Lesson #11 Substrates (Surfaces)
Bonus Comparison of Pourable Inks
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Sheryl, thank you so much for taking the time to make this series. I have enjoyed watching and have learned a lot. You are very generous to share your knowledge of alcohol inks.
You are most welcome. I’m happy to do it.
Wonderful Info. Amazing work, very happy to be part of this group! Thank you!