If you landed here looking for the Alcohol Ink Tutorials, look no further. Just maneuver your little mouse up to the top of the page or click on the Menu. Look for the page labeled “Alcohol Inks” and “Tutorials”. Click on that, an you will be magically taken to a world of creativity and joy. Namaste!
Are you curious about the digital drawing? Its pretty simple; however there is a bit of a learning curve to mount, but it won’t take you long. If you can draw on paper, you can draw with the assistance of an app – especially one like mine. I find the K.I.S.S. approach to things fits me just fine. I don’t have time to learn multiple system brushes and requirements, image size and resizes, jped, gif, burnout or gaussin blur, etc. Just give me a virtual canvas and the ability to mix my own colors, and turn me loose. Here is a little video to show you how it happens…
Browse the pages offered here and at the links below. In addition, I encourage you to visit my “Saturday Studio” at the Clayton Farm and Community Market. There will be new events offered by the market this year continuing throughout the summer and fall. When you visit my “Saturday Studio”, mention my web site and you will receive a 15% discount on your purchases
My store at Pixels is just fun to play with. You can have mugs, t-shirts, duvet covers, shower curtains or gosh darn, any number of nifty things including prints! Just click the link below.
If you really want to get creative and loose all tract of time while having some fun, check out Morgan’s Mercantile where you can find all kinds and makes of accessories, shoes, decor items, gifts embellished with my prints. Just click on the link below.
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