Free Alcohol Ink Art Videos
This page contains some very useful free video tutorials for alcohol ink art. If you are a beginner, these free videos contain some very useful information that will get you started with alcohol ink art. Please also read this Beginner's Guide that talks about all the essential products and general information about how to get started with alcohol inks.
Before you start your journey with alcohol inks, please read these safety precautions.
Free alcohol ink art video for mixing and blending colors.
The first thing that you can try with your set of inks is to just merge them and enjoy the vibrant blends. For this, you need any brand of inks, 99% isopropyl alcohol/blending solution, metallic ink (I have used Pinata Brass in this video), and a straw or lens blower tool.
This is an air-drying technique and is perfect for beginners to get started. You can do the same technique on any other non-porous surface or synthetic/yupo paper.
Free alcohol ink art video for blending colors and making wispy edges.
This is the most popular alcohol ink effect that you see online. For this, you need any brand of inks, 99% isopropyl alcohol/blending solution, metallic ink (I have used Pinata Brass in this video), and a straw or lens blower tool.
This is an air-drying technique and is perfect for beginners to get started. By adding more alcohol at the edges and pushing the ink into the alcohol, soft faded edges can be achieved.
Free video for alcohol ink art on ceramic pots and mugs
Alcohol inks work extremely well on ceramic surfaces and you can have a lot of fun through these simple techniques to paint your planters, mugs, etc. with them. Although the colors are water-resistant and will not get removed so easily, it is advisable to use them for indoor plants so that they are not exposed to harsh weather conditions and sunlight. After painting, follow the process of sealing the art to increase the life of the design.
Free video tutorial for making alcohol ink background and then painting a silhouette in the foreground.
Alcohol ink backgrounds are vibrant and versatile. They can be used for creating any kind of foreground. You can use these backgrounds for doodle art, mandala art, acrylic painting, silhouettes. In this video, I have used simple scotch tape to stick the paper on my surface in order to get clean edges in the end.
Free alcohol ink video tutorial for making abstract wispy petals.
Alcohol ink abstract style can be used for creating any kind of fun art for greeting cards or for home interiors. For this technique, you just need inks, alcohol, and a straw. This is an amazing alcohol ink technique that is easy to do. No drying tool is needed for this as it's an air-drying technique.
Free alcohol ink art video for using gold metallic powder.
In this video, I show you how I use Camel Fabrica Gold Pigment Powder along with alcohol inks to create various effects with ease. The color is vibrant and stays afloat without getting stained by the color of the ink. The important point to keep in mind is to varnish the work soon as since this is powder-based, it does not have any binding agent and will rub off easily.
Free alcohol ink art video for working on a black surface.
In this video, I have demonstrated how to use alcohol inks on a black surface to create beautiful and vibrant abstract effects using colored inks. Easy technique for black paper art with alcohol inks.
Material used: Just Black paper by Beyond Inks /Option: Nara Black, 99% Isopropyl Alcohol by DIY4U.in, Multiple colors of inks by Beyond Inks/any other colored inks can be used, simple hair dryer.
Free alcohol ink video tutorial for making circle art.
Easy way to make circles with alcohol inks. Beginner-friendly alcohol ink technique. This technique can be done on Yupo paper. Use any brand of alcohol inks, dilute them and just drop circles.
Use this for any kind of painting or for doodling. A variety of pens and permanent markers can be used on synthetic papers. Please check the ones you already have.