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Distress Inks-Class 1

 

Watercoloring with Distress Inks by Angie Hunt

Online Class

See Angie'sBlog and Work  HERE 


Class description:


Angie Hunt teaches the basics of watercoloring with distress inks.  From the skin and hair to a basic dotted background.  You’ll learn about technique, layering of color, color intensity, and how to avoid over-saturation. She’ll begin discussions on light source and how it causes shadows to fall upon the image. 

This class is structured like the Copic and Cricut Classes here at the CMC Classroom and video based.  Once you register you will get 1full year in the class to access as many times as you'd like, whenever you'd like.  It's done on your own time whenever you'd like.

Class Price: reg price is $45 

 

(Make sure to read USER AGREEMENT at top of this CMC site before paying--once payment is received you agree to all terms in the User Agreement!  You will receive your invite to the class within 24 hours-if you do not please email Suzanne asap)

 

By registering you agree to  the USER AGREEMENT linked in the tab area above or HERE so make sure you read it carefully...there are no refunds on classes once payment is received per the terms of the agreement.

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Below is what you will learn in Distress Inks 1 along with a supply list!  You DO NOT have to purchase the same images, use what you have on hand!

Angie recommends using the Bee Paper-Artist Marker PadHERE


Distress Ink Colors Used:

Joann's Online has a SALE on Distress Ink Pads--see HERE

  • black soot

  • fired brick

  • forest moss

  • frayed burlap

  • pine needles

  • scattered straw  

  • spiced marmalade

  • tattered rose

  • tea dye

  • tumbled glass

  • walnut stain

  •  weathered wood

  • antique linen

Video 1: Skin– Learn how to use water and distress inks tocolor skin.

              Materials:           

Ranger distressinks - tea dye, tatteredrose

Paper for wetmedia – Angie uses The Artist Marker Padby Bee Paper Company

Stamped image –Tilda Wants a Hug

Wax Paper – neededif using ink pads instead ofreinkers

Water brush/paintbrush – fine tip

Scrap paper

Video 2: BrownHair - Learn how to use water and distressinks tocolor brown hair.

              Materials:

Ranger distressinks - antique linen, frayed burlap,walnut stain

Paper for wetmedia – Angie uses The Artist Marker Padby Bee Paper Company

Stamped image –Secret Tilda

Wax Paper – neededif using ink pads instead ofreinkers

Water brush/paintbrush – fine tip

Scrap paper

Video 3: BlackHair - Learn how to use water and distressinks tocolor black hair.

              Materials:

Ranger distressinks - black soot

Paper for wetmedia – Angie uses The Artist Marker Padby Bee Paper Company

Stamped image –Tilda Wants a Hug

Wax Paper – neededif using ink pads instead ofreinkers

Water brush/paintbrush – fine tip

Scrap paper

Video 4: FlowingFabric - Learn how to use water anddistress inks tocolor fabric that flows freely, like a dress.

              Materials:

Ranger distressinks - walnut stain, black soot, firedbrick, forest moss, antique linen

Paper for wetmedia – Angie uses The Artist Marker Padby Bee Paper Company

Stamped image –Tilda Wants a Hug

Wax Paper – neededif using ink pads instead ofreinkers

Water brush/paintbrush – fine tip

Scrap paper

Video 5: FabricFolds - Learn how to use water and distressinks tocolor a dress with many fabric folds.

              Materials:

Ranger distressinks - walnut stain, pine needles,scattered straw, spiced marmalade

Paper for wetmedia – Angie uses The Artist Marker Padby Bee Paper Company

Stamped image –Tilda with Tulle Skirt

Wax Paper – neededif using ink pads instead ofreinkers

Water brush/paintbrush – fine tip

Scrap paper

Video 6: BasicBackground - Learn how to use water anddistressinks to color a basic background under the image to groundit.  You will also learn how to create that dottedbackgroundthat everyone loves so much.

              Materials:

Ranger distressinks - weathered wood, tumbledglass

Paper for wetmedia – Angie uses The Artist Marker Padby Bee Paper Company

Stamped image –Tilda Wants a Hug

Wax Paper – neededif using ink pads instead ofreinkers

Water brush/paintbrush – fine tip

Scrap paper

Video 7: DeepShadows – Learn how to use water and distressinksto create the deepest of shadows.

              Materials:

Ranger distressinks - black soot

Paper for wetmedia – Angie uses The Artist Marker Padby Bee Paper Company

Stamped image –Tilda Wants a Hug (fullypainted)

Wax Paper – neededif using ink pads instead ofreinkers

Water brush/paintbrush – fine tip

Scrap paper



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