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๐Ÿ’— Distress Ink Skin & Hair Tutorial ๐Ÿ’—

June 16, 2020

๐Ÿ’— Distress Ink Skin & Hair Tutorial ๐Ÿ’—

Hello friends! Following last weeks inspiration Iโ€™m sharing with you today my process of colouring skin and hair with Tim Holtz distress inks. Please be aware I am no colouring expert, this is just the way that works for me. โ˜บ๏ธ

Skin:
Step 1 - Stamp image in Antique Linen distress ink.
Step 2 - Add some Vintage photo Distress ink to an acrylic block and with a damp paint brush, Iโ€™m using a size 1 here, take a little and add it to your image.
Step 3 - Rinse off your paint brush in some clean water, blot off the excess and spread the ink out towards the middle.
Step 4 - Add some more ink and spread out again towards the centre.
Step 5 - Continue this process until you have finished your first layer on all the skin areas.
Step 6 - Leave to dry naturally or use a heat gun.
Step 7 - With a clean damp brush addย some Tattered Rose to the skin. Repeat the process on all the skin areas.
Step 8 - Leave to dry naturally or use a heat gun.
Step 9 - Add a little Worn Lipstick to the cheek areas, rinse off your brush in clean water and Spread it out in small circular motions.ย 
Step 10 - Leave to dry naturally or use a heat gun.ย 

Hair:
Step 11 - With a clean damp brush add some Scattered Straw ย to the front of the hair line, rinse your brush in clean water and spread out towards the centre.
Step 12 - Add this to all the hair lines working your way up towards the top of the head.
Step 13 - Leave to dry naturally or use a heat gun.
Step 14 - If you like the look at this point feel free to miss this next step. Iโ€™ve added some Mustard Seed as my second layer for a bit more brightness. Repeat steps 11 and 12.
Step 15 - Leave to dry naturally or use a heat gun.ย 
I hope this tutorial was helpful for you today. I canโ€™t wait to see what you create! Happy colouring.
Hugs, Emma xoxo


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