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Learn How to create a Sunset Painting with Alcohol Ink on Yupo Paper

Kellie Chasse, Artist and Instructor

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13 Videos (40m)
    • Introduction to Your Instructor Kellie Chasse

    • Introduction to this course and the works we will be doing together.

    • We will go over all the materials needed for this lesson.

    • 4 Ink Sunset on Tile Part 1 Background

    • 5 Ink Sunset on Tile Part 2

    • 6 Ink Sunset on Tile Part 3

    • 7 Yupo Sunset Ink Taping Down

    • 8 Yupo Ink Sunset Part 1 Background

    • 9 Yupo Ink Sunset Part 2 Clouds

    • 10 Yupo Ink Sunset Part 3

    • 11 Yupo Ink Sunset Part 4

    • 12 Sealing Inks

    • 13 Ink Display Options


About This Class

Easy Steps to Paint and control Alcohol Inks. Create a stormy sunset painting on tile and Yupo Paper.

Alcohol Ink is an amazing medium that is just now beginning to be noticed! In this course you will learn what Alcohol Inks are and how I use them to create a beautiful sunset on tile and on Yupo paper!

This is a beginner course. We will cover all the materials needed as well as how prepare your tile and Yupo paper, what inks are, how they work, how to use them wet in wet to create a smooth background, how to layer inks for a detailed painting, and finally how to seal the painting. 

Plus there is a bonus section where I cover Tile Display options and where to purchase them.

This course will take you 2 hours or less to complete a painting.

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Easy to follow - recommend!
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Kellie Chasse

Artist and Instructor

As an Artist I work hard to develop paintings that speak volumes, my love of Maine, and all it has to offer. I was BORN ON EARTH DAY and have lived in Maine most of my life.

My interest in art sprouted from early childhood. I am fascinated with the beauty in nature, landscapes and seascapes surrounding Coastal Maine. I started painting abstract in high school, creating mood through bold colors and shapes. My focus over the past 10 years has been watercolor which allowed me to use a mor...

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