I've had my paints and tupo paper,still in drawer as don't know where to srart
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The Pinata Alcohol inks are acid free, transparent, dye-based inks with an alcohol base. Once dry they are indelible and moisture resistant. can be used for a number of applications from: rubber stamping, fine art, fibre art, scrapbooking, calligraphy, airbrush applications.
The inks can be used of numerous surfaces including, Yupo synthetic paper, wood, leather, glass, foil, plastics, cellophane, acetate and canvas.
A shiny surface will allow the inks to move organically across the surface.
An Initial layer of alcohol – (clean up solution) can also help with ink move on the surface if required.
If you are a SAA member you can watch the vast number of instructional demonstrations online showing different products, techniques and subjects from many talented artists. Pinata on Yupo is one of these.
You catch them live as they happen or tune in at your leisure and choose from the selection of recorded videos available… Access to these videos is included in your SAA membership.
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Just looking at your alcohol inks - don't you mean they work on any NON-porous surface? Just want to check this before I order any, I want them for polymer clay.
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Piñata Colors are highly saturated, fast-drying alcohol inks for any hard surface, including glass, metal, plastic, ceramic, stone, leather, resin, polymer clay and more. Indelible and impervious to water, Piñata Colors clean up with alcohol and re-wet themselves, allowing for unique effects and techniques not easily achieved with water-based inks. As a dye-based, highly transparent ink*, Piñata Colors are unparalleled for vibrancy. Only the most lightfast dyes have been selected for the palette. Acid-free with excellent adhesive properties, Piñata Colors are the go-to inks for all non-porous surfaces.
fine arts, scrapbooking, crafts, faux stained glass, card making, resin arts, faux finishing techniques and staining wood and leather
glass, metal, plastic, vinyl, ceramic, stone, leather, epoxy resins, YUPO®, foil, wood, encaustic, clayboard, fiberglass, acrylic, polymer clay and more