Here’s a quick guide to Powertex Bister ink sprays. Have you tried the Bister sprays yet? These water based sprays are really unique. This Powertex mixed media art was created while I tried lots of different Bister techniques.
I used Bister sprays on Powertex Universal Medium on this piece and no other pigments or paints. Spot the gorgeous crackle effect! Some people have asked me if I’ve used Rusty Powder on this while others have assumed there are powder pigments. The only pigment I used was Bister. See how it creates different effects depending on the surface it’s sprayed on to? This is why I love it so much, it’s not a one-trick pony!
Bister isn’t just about canvas art either. The sprays make it perfect for fabric sculpture, bottle art, figure sculptures and anything else. It does seem to work best with Powertex though!
While it’s perfect for adding depth to your textures there are some unique techniques for Powertex and Bister. The crackle technique and the faux stone effect are always popular. This painting uses Powertex in Blue for background with Black Bister. The planets are Ivory Powertex with other Bister colours for the crackle effect. Is this something you’d like to try?
If you like to create textured art I really recommend you give it a try. Also if you’re new to Powertex Bister you might find this article helpful.
I have a free download for beginners to Bister. The quick guide to Bister pdf includes a recommended supply list, basic instruction for use and my top tutor tips. Download your free guide now.
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If you’ve tried Bister or would like to learn more techniques why not check out my Powertex Bister Masterclass. It’s a digital download/ebook of everything I teach in my Masterclass workshop. It includes all my top tutor tips, techniques, a step by step photo tutorial for my signature style Bister art, plus 3 quick guides. Find all the details in my Etsy shop, where you can download the Masterclass pdf instantly.
Create a Powertex Bister art series - Kore Sage | Mixed Media Artist · 9th August 2020 at 4:55 pm
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