Powertex and Bister are a magic combination and when I display Bister art, people ask me how it’s done. Bister makes a fun workshop too. For a couple of reasons, I’m not running my Powertex Bister Masterclass this Autumn. However I have put everything I share and more into a 32 page colour eBook for you to download!

Mixed Media Powertex canvas by Kore Sage

This sample art by Kore Sage was created with Powertex and Bister. Create your own Bister art with my downloadable Masterclass.

The water based Bister spray inks changed my art because they create unique textures and colours that are not easy to get with other products. I found new techniques and developed a signature style using Powertex and Bister. Now, I teach what I’ve learned to my Powertex students and love to see what they create.

If you’d like to know how to use Bister to create unique art, the Masterclass is now available in my Etsy shop.

Powertex Master class Bister ebook coverPlease note this Masterclass does not include any instruction on using Powertex Universal Medium. That’s another workshop!

Contents of the pdf include:

  • What is Powertex Bister?
  • A look at Bister sprays and granules
  • How to use Bister
  • Techniques for using Bister, including the popular Bister crackle and faux stone effect
  • Powertex and Bister project ideas
  • Need to know for beginners and my top tutor tips
  • A step by step photo tutorial to create my signature style Powertex Bister art
  • Quick guides to:
    Bister for beginners
    Recommended supply lists
    Bister colour guide

It really is everything I teach about Bister! Do take a look at the Etsy listing for all the details of this digital download. It’s my first of this kind so I’m open to any feedback you have on how it can be improved.

The download is a pdf, it contains quality colour images but no video. The download is instant via an Etsy account and via email link as a guest.

If you’re not ready for the Masterclass, why not read the blog series on Bister or download the free Quick Guide to Bister instead?

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