Creative Alcohol Ink Dragonfly Painting Steps Dots and Fun!
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- Understand how inks work and how to use them to create a whimsy Dragonfly painting.
- Learn about Alcohol Ink and Yupo paper.
- Make perfect circles/dots with Inks
- Mix colors wet in wet
- How to professionally frame your painting.
- Print off Materials PDF list for basic supplies needed for this course.
Create 2 different scenes of a Whimsical Dragofly painting using Alcohol Inks on Yupo
Alcohol Ink is an amazing art medium that is just now beginning to be noticed! In this course you will learn what Alcohol Inks are and how I use them step by step to create 2 different styles of Dragonfly's on Yupo paper!
This is a beginner art course for those of you that want to develop your skills with Alcohol Ink. I'll take you through the 2 painting styles of Dragonfly paintings step by step.
We will cover in this course:
1. Materials needed to create the Dragonfly Scenes.
2. How prepare your Yupo paper.
3. How use a wet in wet background technique to create a smooth background.
4. How to layer inks to make dots and using a brush for a small details.
5. How to seal the paintings.
Plus 2 BONUS Sections
6. Displays options for tiles
7. How to professionally frame your paintings.
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IMPORTANT - Not all artist allow this so please check and follow all copy write laws.
As an artist, I personally never mind when someone copies my work to practice their techniques. I just ask that if you post it anywhere that you give credit to either my courses or my links as the artist that created the image.
Feel free to find my social media platforms in the profile section. You can use #kcfacourse to post your work on social media so we can all see you work!
Safety Note: When using paints and chemicals please adhere to any and all manufacturer safety guidelines with these products. If you have specific safety questions or concerns please contact the product's manufacturer.
- This course is for beginner Alcohol Ink painters or crafty folks looking to create fun Whimsical painting.
- This course is not about academics, or color theory, but more about the creative journey.
- My classes are all based on a painting scene and how to create that. During my courses you will learn different techniques to create those scenes.
Meet Kellie and see what your completed art project will look like. I love seeing the completed works, so if you like to share your work at the end with the class that would be great. :-)
Kellie Chasse will go over all the materials needed to complete your dragonfly alcohol ink course. Please feel free to ask any questions about supplies in the course. Alcohol Inks are a Dye and were meant for Crafts not fine art; they are NOT lightfast, therefore UV Rays and Direct sunlight may fade colors.
Learn about a few different display options for your Alcohol Ink Tiles.
I have found a new resource for some Aftosa products since they have gone out of business.
They were purchased by a company called Clay Planet. I spoke with a rep from the company based in California US, they plan to continue to offer some of the products that Aftosa sold. (Next Lecture)
Sealing your inks is important for longer life of your art. I will go over how I seal my own art to protect them for many years of viewing.
In this section I show how to professionally frame a watercolor painting. You can do the same process with your Alcohol Ink paintings once they have been sealed. Just make sure your painting does not touch the glass, usually your mat will be deep enough to keep the painting from touching the glass.