Wednesday, 29 October 2008

Video Tutorial - Alcohol Inks 101, Part 2

Part 2 of the video on Alcohol Inks, with 3 more techniques for you. The two small tags at the front of the picture above were created using the Dragging Technique from this video.

I suddenly remembered while typing this post that I'd made an ATC a long while back that uses two of these techniques - Tortoiseshell acetate and colouring embellishments! Here it is:


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22 comments :

Pamela said...

Awesome techniques! Cannot wait to try them out myself.

Anonymous said...

your the man Dan thanks love it your so kind to share with all us.
Sharon LeVine

Melissa said...

GREAT Video! Where do you buy these inks from? I looked in Mikes and HL but they have hardly any colors.

thank you!

Melissa

mrsspook said...

Dan
Thank you so much, you've inspired me yet again. I haven't used my alcohol inks in a long time now I can have a play
June x

Corrina said...

Thanks Dan, you have missed your vocation, another great tutorial.

Corrina

Butterbee said...

Awesome Dan! I've been intersted in Alcohol inks for a while but wasn't sure how to use them. I love the techniques you demonstrated here. I would never have thought of using them that way, but now I can't wait to buy some and try them out!

irboo said...

Another fab tutorial Dan,thankyou so much for some great inspiration. Watch out Sir Tim!!!!

Lynne said...

Very informative - I'm quite familiar with alcohol inks but nevertheless I've picked up new ideas from you. Also I get on so much better inking the edges of card with distress inks since I watched your video. Thanks very much.

Andrea said...

another fantastic video, its great to see so many different ways with one product, thanks Dan x

stamp and scrape said...

These are wonderfully clear instructions and tips - thanks Dan.
Ros

inkythings said...

Brilliant Dan - thank you so much - I'd not seen or heard of the striped method - love it and off to try it

Hugs Hilda

Linda said...

Thanks Dan! For reminding me of my AI. I had almost forgotten them. But tonight I amused myself with all the techniques you have shown in the video's. The ATC I made are on my blog, in case you're curious!
hugs, Linda

Veronica said...

loved your videos Dan,thanks so much for the inspiration!!.I am now going to play with the few inks I have but I am to make Christmas Tree out of acetate...YIKES!!!!!...lol

Daria said...

Thank you for your tutorials. I'm learning lots. I love that alcohol ink plaid. I'll be trying that one for sure.

Tam said...

Dan I cannot thank you enough for doing this video. I have struggled and struggled with trying to learn how to use them but you have just opened my eyes to what I have been doing wrong and how to work them properly. Thank you much my friend. I appreciate it. And I love the one you did with the line of inks and it looked like plaid fabric. Gorgeous work.

Ann said...

Great video Dan - can't wait for the next installment!! Thanks! Ann xx

Anonymous said...

Dan
I love your videos...
I learned alot...
Thanks for sharing!
Denise.crosby

Hels said...

Love your tutorials cos not only do you make the technique look easy, you have a lovely pair of hands :O)) Hugs hun xx

Sarah said...

Another great technique, love it, thanks!! xx

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for posting these tutorials. I achieved success on my first attempt using your techniques. Awesome!!!

Kathleen

Xerox 8550 ink said...

Great tutorial! Very informative in how well worded and descriptive you were! You know they say that if one knows how to describe what they want really well, then life is just as good as how you describe it :)
Its great for people who feel like time is running against them and then land on your blog and feel like a whole burden was just lifted off of their shoulder.. I admire and respect people who take
time to make it easier for others.. Thanks a bunch! :)

Kodak Inkjet Cartridges said...

Wow... this is wonderful, and very helpful in seeing how you make such wonderful art. I adore your coloring always have. Great tutorial...Thanks

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