Sunday, November 29, 2009

alcohol inks journal page and experients with mica



















This is a journal page I started during the play day.  I painted Iridescent Stainless Steel (Coarse)by Golden on part of the page and then applied the alcohol inks.  I love the way the paint still shines through the inks.



I also applied the inks to a piece of mica and a butterfly plastic die cut graciously supplied by Nancy.




Here I applied the inks to a transparency that had letter stickers applied to it first.  The stickers act as a resist.  When you remove them you have clear transparency.  It will look really cool in an altered book with a background showing through.

Thanks to those who asked to see what I did on our play day!

8 comments:

Ingrid Dijkers said...

Very nice effect!

An Evolving Artist @ Swallowcliffs.blogspot.com/ said...

Nice techniques. Thanks for sharing. Another thing to try!

Denise said...

Angela, thanks so much for sharing. I'll have to give it a try. They are each beautiful.

Pam Austin said...

Ms. P. Bubbles!

Those are quite cool and the colors on the journal page are quite fantastic. what's even better is you sharing the fun!
pamicat
(Pam Austin)

Anonymous said...

It's beautiful! ~Stacy (seen in theartjournal yahoo group)

Diana said...

Very cool look!

inge said...

Angela,

wow, is the first thing I said when I saw your pages :)
It looks like a very colorful world !
I guess the paint reacted as a shiny surface cause otherwise the alcholinks would sip in into the paper ?
greetings from belgium
Inge

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