Supplies List – Alcohol Inks And Acrylic Glazing Liquid DVD 5

Available Early Sept. In The Dreamscaping Shop


I’ve received requests for the supplies list for my newest DVD. Thanks to all for the suggestions to provide prior to DVD being released.  Here it is :)

Supplies List For DVD 5

Alcohol Inks And Acrylic Glazing Liquid

Dreamscaping With June Rollins®

Alcohol Inks And Acrylic Glazing Liquid DVD 5 features 7 demonstrations showing the possibilities and benefits of incorporating Golden Acrylic Glazing Liquid while Dreamscaping with Alcohol Inks. Two of the demos also introduce watercolor.

Adirondack Mariner Collection

Adirondack Conservatory Collection

Adirondack Wild Plum

Adirondack Copper Mixative

Adirondack Silver Mixative

Adirondack Gold Mixative

Adirondack Snow Cap

Adirondack Blending Solution

Golden Acrylic Glazing Liquid (satin or gloss)

Yupo – cut to sizes 5×5 and 5×7

Sharpie Oil-Based Markers Extra-Fine – Gold and Silver Metallic

*Dr. PH Martin’s Hydrus Fine Art Watercolor – 241 Gamboge

**Basic Dreamscaping Supplies

*Any professional tube watercolors can be used if diluted and applied with eye dropper or pipette.

**Basic supplies and techniques are explained in book and earlier DVDs.

Suggested Sources to Buy Supplies: for Adirondack Products for additional supplies for additional supplies


Tone It Down And Mix It Up A Little

I didn’t like them at first, the Conservatory Collection was just a little too loud and garish.

Thank goodness Teakwood  from the Mariner Collection, has toned them down a bit and…

Piñata Rich Gold, super opaque and made with real, shimmering, gold flakes plus, Adirondack Gold Metallic Mixatives, also opaque, have mixed them up a little :)

Dreamscape No. 575, 5x5 Dreamscaping With June Rollins®

Dreamscape No. 575, 5×5
Dreamscaping With June Rollins®

Alcohol Ink Mixed Media

Dreamscape No. 575 was created with Conservatory Collection Adirondack Alcohol Inks plus Teakwood (from the Mariner Collection). The drop of gold in the sky is Adirondack Gold Metallic Mixative and the sprinkling of gold in the distant mountain and valley is Piñata Gold. I love the increased depth and sparkle from juxtaposing transparent inks with opaque, Metallic Mixatives.

But, that’s not all…

Not as easily seen, but essential in creating the subtle texturing and varied edges along with carving back to the white of the paper in foreground is my newest and most favorite medium being incorporated into the Dreamscaping Process, Golden Acrylic Glazing Liquid.

Coming This Fall!

See New DVD See Preview Clip:

Alcohol Inks And Acrylic Glazing Liquid

Currently working on my 5th Alcohol Ink Dreamscaping DVD available late Sept. early Oct.. Preview Clip here soon incorporating two new alcohol Ink collections (Mariner and Conservatory), Metallic Mixatives and for starters, Golden Acrylic Glazing Liquid

Back soon with more exciting discoveries

from toning it down and mixing it up a little!


So, What’s Different?

Just How Many Alcohol Ink Dreamscapes Can She Make?

They all look the same to me!


Dreamscape No. 195, 4x4 Alcohol Inks On Yupo Dreamscaping With June Rollins®

Dreamscape No. 195, 4×4
Alcohol Inks On Yupo
Dreamscaping With June Rollins®

Above is one of my earlier Dreamscapes. No. 195 had a softly layered sky against clearly defined shapes, that someone said, looked like intestines…and then there were those other comments about hanging a vanilla wafer in the sky and a blob is not art

Good, stinging points and 369 Dreamscapes later…

Dreamscape No. 564, 3x5, Yupo Alcohol Inks W Acrylic Glazing Liquid Dreamscaping With June Rollins®

Dreamscape No. 564, 3×5, Yupo
Alcohol Inks With Acrylic Glazing Liquid
Dreamscaping With June Rollins®

Above is Dreamscape No. 564 born out of continued experimentation with new products, techniques and a playful spirit delighting in discovery. Oh, and let’s not forget the countless attempts that were tossed because I wondered if maybe they looked more like anatomy lessons and cookies than art… :D

Let’s Keep Dreaming And Doing What We Love  :)



Why Are You So Edgy?

Because It Works!

Dreamscape No. 561, 3x5, Alcohol Inks With Acrylic Glazing Dreamscaping With June Rilins®

Dreamscape No. 561, 3×5
Alcohol Inks With Acrylic Glazing Liquid
Dreamscaping With June Rilins®

Talking about edge variety: smooth, blended, lost, fuzzy, hard, soft, sharp, fractured, ruffled, wiped…etc. You get the idea. Dreamscape No. 561, shown above, is all about edge variety. Click on it to enlarge and study all the different edges.

One of the characteristics of beginning work is all the edges are the same, usually hard and outlined. To add more  visual interest…

Be a little edgy! Use a variety of innovative, interesting edges in your art. And if things get too intense, lose an edge now and then :)

Have fun experimenting today!

Nine More Dreamscapers In The World!

I asked them to choose their favorite creation during our workshop for this group photo. What I most love, besides the smiling faces, is everyone has a different Dreamscape, honoring our individuality!

Nine New Dreamscapers From Alcohol Ink Dreamscaping Workshop at Florence Thomas Art School!

These, nine very talented and creative women gave me energy and joy for two days as I shared the dreamscaping process. I was so happy my nine demos turned out and each person got to take one home as a reminder of our awesome time together!

Let’s Keep Dreaming :)