Create art with dye-based inks that are vibrantly coloured with a high pigment and blended with isopropyl alcohol to make them fluid. Apply to a non-porous surface, turned, tilt and twist to create unique abstract patterns and designs. Alcohol inks can also be used with oils, acrylics, watercolours and more to create a mixed media project.
Typically alcohol ink is used on non-porous surfaces such as glass, ceramic and synthetic paper. It can also be used on canvas as long as it’s primed to provide a durable surface where the ink won’t absorb into it.
Alcohol inks work best on non-porous surfaces where they can run freely and create interesting abstract patterns and effects.
Here are some surfaces you can use alcohol inks on:
1. Synthetic paper, such as yupo