My creative workbook
Tutorial on using alcohol inks and metal.
Patina Color Combinations You'll Want to Try (Swellegant)
Humblebeads Blog: Swellegant Tips and Color Formulas
Learn about Alcohol Inks - Tutorials, color charts, combinations, domino art, projects, polymer clay and more with Adirondack by Tim Holtz
Lots of good tips on patina for metal. Several methods.
Learn 6 Ways to Add Color to Metal with Gail Crosman Moore - Jewelry Making Daily - Jewelry Making Daily
Natural ways to clean, protect and patina metals: www.softflexcompa...
Part 1: Discover Patina Gel stabilized liver of sulfur. The easiest way to add beautiful antique patinas on many metals including silver, brass, bronze and copper. Cool Tools Patina Gel is stabilized so it does not go bad the way the lump type does, and it's super concentrated so it lasts for years and is very economical. This video also shows how to set up your patina station and the basics of creating a patina on a variety of metals. In the second video, you'll learn some cool tricks to save
Judy Thompson's Ammonia Salt Patina Technique
How to Use Gilder's Paste to Colorize Metal Jewelry - The Beading Gem's Journal
Traditional Rainbow Patina Application
Excellent Patina Recipes.~Dusty blue-green patina: Mix: Red wine vinegar and Miracle Grow plant food. Start with a tablespoon of vinegar and stir in as much Miracle Grow as the solution will hold (a teaspoon or more). The Miracle Grow supplies the ammonia which provides the blue color. This can also be done with salt instead of Miracle Grow for a nice green patina. Miracle Grow can be mixed w/ water in stead of red wine vinegar for a bluer patina.
Anvil Artifacts: Patina Recipes
How to Use Gilder's Paste to Add Color to Your Silver Jewelry (video)