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Resist technique using acrylic gels with watercolor paint

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Far North:
Here is the direct link to the class.  Also I posted my examples in the AI gallery.

Here are my samples and explanation. Thanks for the link!

April :smile:

Thanks so much for sharing this class Jan!  I wasn't familiar with Skillshare. 

I'm so glad I saved some watercolor scraps after I made the wedding table numbers.  I cut them in to random tags last night.  I put some masking fluid in a small squeeze bottle and used it to draw lines, dots and a sentiment.  I also used Golden regular gel medium (gloss) and Golden molding paste through stencils.  I let them dry over night.  Today I used distress inks smooshed on a craft mat and spritzed with water to color a few of them.  I made 24 tags!!  I only inked 7 of them so far.  I had to stop and scrub the ink off my fingers before I went to get a manicure (we have another wedding to go to Saturday).  Hopefully I'll get a chance to ink some more tomorrow but I'll probably need to find some gloves, ha!  I usually don't care if I get inky.  I'm feeling rather high maintenance lately!

I love the samples posted here so far!  I'll try to get some pics up tomorrow.

Far North:
I really love how we all make a personal twist when we implement new techniques. For me it is really fun to see what others create!  Thanks for playing!

April thanks for sharing your results with the resist technique!  Your colors a terrific!

Cindi I never thought of using my liquid fluid in a squeeze...terrific idea!  I really like the look of had drawn elements on the tags.
I will watch for your results.

Anna-Karin's tutorial is still posted.  I posted the direct address 2 posts prior to this one.

Jan, I tried your link again and it does look like i can look at the class today.  However, when I try to watch the class, it prompts me to pay, so I do think I missed it.  But it is really okay. I saw a very similar technique it a stamping book last night so I think I can figure it out as I go along.


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