These are permanent inks and create beautiful abstracts. These inks have a very quick drying time and are reactivated when they come in contact with the inks again or blending solution. Dilute the inks using iso propyl alcohol or blending solutions. Clean up the inks on surfaces using iso propyl alcohol. Turn any ordinary items such as clocks, planters, ceramics, coasters etc into one of a kind master pieces using these inks.
Beyond inks are highly saturated permanent inks which dry instantly to create beautiful patterns.
Inks can be diluted and cleaned with blending solution or Iso Propyl Alcohol.
It is recommended to seal your art work with acrylic spray varnish to have a longer life.
A) Alcohol inks?are fast-drying, highly pigmented,?alcohol-based?inks?that are great to use on any hard, non-porous surface including glass, metal, plastic, ceramic, stone, leather and polymer clay. …?Alcohol ink?is waterproof, adding to its durable properties. These dye-based?inks are transparent and extremely vibrant.
2) Do alcohol inks smell?
A) Alcohol inks?have a water consistency and will have an?alcohol?type?smell. If you are sensitive to?smell, consider working near an open window. Blending Solutions are used for diluting the highly pigmented colors and blending the?alcohol inks?together. It’s also used for cleaning paintbrushes, work areas, and hands.
3) How long do alcohol inks take to dry?
A) Most colors are?tacky?dry?within a few hours and fully?dry?within 24 hours, depending on temperature and humidity. But if the?inks are?partially?dry, as?can?often happen within a few minutes, depending on the temperature, they get hard edges when you drop in a color beside, or on top of another color.
4) Can I use alcohol ink on canvas?
A) A very concentrated use?of?alcohol ink will?make intense colors like those used in tie-dying, but diluting the?ink will?give you much more subdued coloring. … It’s also possible to?use alcohol inks?to paint on fabrics as if using watercolors on paper.
5) What surfaces does alcohol ink work on?
A) Glass and Ceramic Tiles
Alcohol ink?and glass can create an almost stained glass effect, but without all the?work of?carefully soldering panes of glass together. Since glass?is?a non-porous?surface, it’s a great option for mixing, layering, and scraping away layers of dried?ink?to create a range of different designs.
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