My second attempt playing with alcohol inks started by wetting the ACEO size Yupo paper with Isopropyl Alcohol before tinting the entire surface with one shade of blue ink with a Qtip aiming for clouds. Adding drops of more Isopropyl continued splitting the blend of pigments, bring out the purples and a hint of red. Yeah, that blue was obviously not a primary.
Simple landscape. Spice, a yellow over blue. Can I make a tree? No, looks a face, play with that… come back into dry. Oh yeah, I really like the alcohol inks. They dry fast, dissolve in Isopropyl, and yield some cool effects.
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