There’s been a lot of interest in dreamscaping with alcohol Inks.
The first alcohol ink youtube I created has had over 4,000 views.
I’ve been inspired by what I’ve seen others create and wanted a centralized place where we could post and view our work.
So, I’ve just created:
Alcohol Ink Dreamscapes & More
A new facebook group for us to share our creations. The “More” is for artists using alcohol inks in a more abstract or representational way or on surfaces other than yupo. Metal, glass, jewelry, ceramics, etc.
I met an artist yesterday using alcohol inks on gourds
This is an open group, but only members can post.
Membership approved by admin, (me).
If you’re experimenting with alcohol inks and would like to share your creations and be inspired by others, this is a group to consider.
Get in on the ground level and let’s keep dreaming
Maybe I’m behind and everyone already knows the keyboard shortcut for creating a copyright symbol?
Forgive me if this is old news, but I was so excited to discover this quick shortcut earlier this week, I had to share.
To create the © for Mac’s :
press, “option” (hold down) → g
To create the © for PC’s:
Press, “alt” (hold down) → g
The artist’s signature alone on an original work signifies the work is copyrighted and the © is not necessary, although I know many artists who include © along with their signature. Others, add the © on the back of their work along with the date created.
The © is a professional reminder to others that your original work is not to be copied or reproduced without your permission.
If you are an artist producing your own notecards, prints, etc. from your originals, I encourage the addition of the © by your name on any reproduced items. It is a professional reminder that reproductions are not to be made from your cards, prints, etc. without your permission.
So, Happy Painting And Remember To ©