Monday, July 27, 2015

Random Thoughts: Learning a new Technique





Hello everyone it has been a while since I posted, but I have been working on some arty things.  I am trying to get into the habit of acting everyday.  No one as to see it, I just have to do it.  I have also been watching some youtube videos and learning how to use some of the products I have.

In the last couple of weeks I saw a few videos on Alcohol Inks and Copic Markers. The videos were by Barbara Joggles of Joggles.com and Diana Trout, an amazing artist and teacher.   I have to tell you I am in Love.  The randomness of the effects is just so yummy.  The posts below are of glossy playing cards, Yupo paper painted with Copic Markers and Yupo Paper painted with Adirondack Alcohol inks.  What is Yupo paper you ask?  It is a synthetic watercolor paper.  It is plastic and as a result, the alcohol ink will bloom when dropped or painted on a shiny substrate.  On the Playing cards I used a combination of drippage and putting ink on a makeup sponge and dabbing on the card.  

This is just the beginning.....I feel like a mad scientist as I will be trying more ways of painting over the next few weeks.  Watch this space.....

Playing Cards

Yupo and Copic alcohol markers

Yupo, alcohol inks and doodle
Thanks for stopping by.  Keep a smile on your face and love in your heart,,pilgrim



9 comments:

Vickers said...

just beautiful, Glenda!
ps Steve said yes to taking the train!! :)

Glenda Hoagland said...

Thanks so much. I am so glad Steve wants to take a train ride. It will be fun.

Win Dinn said...

You're a gonner, Glenda - I've been addicted to them since the first use, and just can't get enough of them.

Dana S. said...

Beau-ti-ful! What a fun play time!

Dana S. said...

Beau-ti-ful! What a fun play time!

Dana S. said...

Beau-ti-ful! What a fun play time!

JackieP Neal said...

So happy to see you post Glenda! And even happier to see you playing art!! Isn't experimenting fun?! I just love it!! Love you pieces-especially the second one- beautiful! xo

Pam Wildeboer said...

Love all them! Such beautiful colors and lovely effects!

Glenda Hoagland said...

Thank you for all the comments. I am still learning to relax and play. Seems like it is going to be a long process. So happy each of you visited my site. Take care and be blessed.