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Published in : 2018-06-26 | by Myriam's Nature
A fun new, glove-free alcohol ink technique that's easy to do! In this video I use Jacquard's Piñata Alcohol Inks to create a colorful, beautiful look in just a few ...
Published in : 2017-11-01 | by Myriam's Nature
Step-by-step tutorial for easy, consistent dendrite fractals in varying sizes and styles using a "mystery" liquid, acrylic inks, India ink, fluid acrylics and regular ...
Published in : 2018-12-06 | by Myriam's Nature
Testing and reviewing a truly different line of alcohol inks: KIELTY INK from Dublin, Ireland. They are NON-TOXIC, have a good LIGHTFAST rating, come with ...
Published in : 2019-05-23 | by Myriam's Nature
If you use alcohol inks, you've GOT to see this video! There's a brand new plastic paper out now and it is much, much better for us than the synthetic paper we ...
Published in : 2019-02-24 | by Myriam's Nature
How to easily embellish a wispy ethereal alcohol ink piece with metallic ink AND how to use an airbrush to blow your inks effectively. For fun, TIPS, tricks, ...
Published in : 2018-10-25 | by Myriam's Nature
Come check out the new acrylic pouring and fine art supplies now at JOANN. ( Many are perfect for beginners to acrylic pouring!) I show you in depth views of all ...
Published in : 2019-03-30 | by Myriam's Nature
While working on an all metallic acrylic dip I got a maybe crazy idea ... could I dip an abstract beach? Watch and tell me what you think. There are a couple of ...
Published in : 2018-09-09 | by Myriam's Nature
In this video I continue testing a “tool” of my design for acrylic pouring ... a cup with customized notches allowing the paint to flow through and out ... similar to a ...
Published in : 2018-03-06 | by Myriam's Nature
How to get the wispy, smoke-like, flowing silk look with alcohol inks in a painting. In this video tutorial, I share how to easily get that look anytime you want it.
Published in : 2017-11-14 | by Myriam's Nature
Viewer questions raised by my first dendrite fractals video are answered in this one : What surfaces can be used? Can you transfer the fractals from a tile?