Alcohol Inks Polymer Clay Tutorials – The Complete INKredible1 Class
Discover the best techniques to create INKredible polymer clay designs with alcohol inks!
Have you ever been really enthusiastic about attempting a new product with polymer clay but did not know where to begin?
You may have heard about the term “Alcohol Ink” but wasn’t clear how to apply it?
Alcohol inks are specifically formulated to form fantastic styles and effects. It is commonly used in card-making and scrap-booking but recently joined the polymer clay studio. Its acid-free ink is permanent and dries fairly quickly.
Alcohol inks stick effectively to a huge variety of products, it can be attached to acrylics, plastics, metals, foils, glass, and polymer clay surface types.
This tutorial is dedicated to the creative collaboration between polymer clay and INK – INKredible.
INKredible POLYMER – Your COMPLETE in-depth “how to” handbook to produce your own beautiful designs using alcohol inks on polymer clay!
What will you learn in the “INKredible Polymer” tutorials set?
► 3 illustrative & informative PDF files tutorials;
► 15 different projects;
► 8 videos; 3.5 hours;
BONUS! 17 pages PDF file with additional 3 bonus projects for a total of 18 projects!
In Vol. 40 – INKredible Polymer I you will learn how to create:
► A complete class on creating 2 exquisite “Expressionist” overlapping bracelets using alcohol inks. The special “painted” result is created by one simple trick you will use at the end of the class.
► The Pointy pair necklace – Use colorful inked sheets to create a stylish a-symmetric design you can turn into a brooch, a pendant or bracelet tiles.
► The Sparkling towers pendants are a fun game of bargello pattern & ink. Shiny straps turning into a glowing jewel.
► Charming mosaic mirror – Play with shimmer inked squares to create a spectacular mosaic mirror . Here is a good reason to make a smiley face!
==> Included in Vol. 40 – 3 super detailed videos with all the steps necessary to complete your projects from start to finish.
In Vol. 41 – INKredible Polymer II you will learn how to create:
► “Fabric Fantastic” silk and satin triangle bracelets – 2 techniques for applying alcohol inks. These statement bracelets are proof that polymer clay can mimic anything – Silk! Satin! Endless options.
► “Flower Power” eye-candy pendants – festive, easy and so fun!
In this project, you will learn to create 2 versions of marvelous floral pendants using simple tools and materials you can use while waiting for your appointment :) You wouldn’t want to stop creating these!
► The fashionable Spotty flat bangles project – use embossing ink and my special trick to achieve the unusual spotty design.
==> Included in Vol. 41 – 3 super detailed videos with all the steps necessary to complete your projects from start to finish.
In Vol. 42 – INKredible Polymer III you will learn how to create:
► “Garden Walkway” – A hexagon bracelet AND 2 bold neck piece projects using alcohol inks and liquid polymer clay in an un-traditional way.
► The “Luminous Metallics” jewelry – 2 trendy projects with deep metallic colors, 3D effects and shimmering beads – Use materials you never imagined that will work together!
==> Included in Vol. 42 – 2 super detailed videos with all the steps necessary to complete your projects from start to finish.
When purchasing PolyPediaOnline Express tutorial you will get unlimited access to the tutorial video/s. There is no limitation on the number of times you can watch the videos, but you can not download it to your hard drive. These videos are password protected and passwords will be sent to you by email along with the PDF files after completing your purchase.
Pre-requisites – Some previous experience with polymer clay conditioning is helpful.
Tutorial Level – Beginner and above.
All projects includes my special benefit of 100% online support.
You can contact me with any question you have and I will assist you in any way I can.
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