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How to Seal Linen for Alcohol Ink without losing its natural color or texture! - with DEMO PAINTING

I asked the alcohol ink community on how to seal linen so that I can retain the color and texture and a lot of people wanted to know and had no answer. I figured out a process of sealing not only linen but any fabric of your choice you would have to experiment but I suspect this will seal anything. It is cost-effective and is a brushable application In this video, I will go through the steps of what I used and my conclusion. I will also do a painting demo on camera to provide tips and tricks of working on linen. It is very different than yuppo paper and even canvas.

If you're out of patience and just want to know the result go to the end to see my recommendation and what I used to coat the linen. You will miss the tips and it might cost you some linen. I mentioned in my last video that I was going to crack the code to doing Alcohol Ink on natural Linen. This is it! I cracked the code!

Special Thanks to #Kipleeart for pointing me in the right direction Follow her on Instagram

—————————————————————————————————————— WATCH BEFORE: If you need to watch how to stretch linen on a frame watch this:

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