How to Use the Alcohol Ink Brush Pack

How to Use the Alcohol Ink Brush Pack

By Karen Bonaker

In this tutorial, Elite Painter Master Karen Bonaker demonstrates how to use each of the brushes in the Alcohol Ink brush pack to create beautiful ink pours. Fluid and transparent, each spill will delight you with shape and movement for a truly immersive painting experience.

The Alcohol Ink brush pack includes 15 unique brushes compatible with Painter 2019+. Visit the Get More section of your in-product welcome screen to get exclusive special offers on individual brush packs and best-value bundles.

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Comments (2)

  • Angel King Reply

    Then what do you do? print it out on a special paper and alcohol ink?

    January 8, 2021 at 8:41 pm
  • Ginger Nielson Reply

    The tutorial was very informative, creative, and descriptive. I enjoyed watching the process and learned a lot about the alcohol-ink brushes. More than that I learned more about other aspects of Painter2021 that will make my work more interesting in the future.

    October 5, 2020 at 12:33 pm

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