Last week, I showed you the first of several techniques that I've been using to experiment with alcohol inks. Here are some of the other pieces that I made using this wet into dry method.
To recap, you drip your alcohol ink colors onto a dry background. They can sit there and dry, or you can begin working with them while they're still wet. Using 91% rubbing alcohol in a squeeze bottle, you add the solvent to one small area at a time, manipulating the running inks with a blower. You can use a hair dryer (set on cool), canned air, a heat gun (at a distance), or even just a straw.
One of the things I most like about this method is the airy, wispy, ethereal look that you can get.
Originals and prints of Cyndi's work for sale
This post contains affiliate links: Dick Blick
Copyright 2018 Cyndi Lavin. All rights reserved. Not to be reprinted, resold, or redistributed for profit. The tutorial only may be printed out for personal use or distributed electronically provided that entire file, including this notice, remains intact.