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Making ART MARKERS out of Drinking Alcohol?? - *This Gets MESSY!*

Making ART MARKERS out of Drinking Alcohol?? - *This Gets MESSY!*
in

this

video I answer the question can you make

alcohol

art

markers

out of

drinking

alcohol

let's face it nobody mature would actually really ask that question but now that I've asked it you wanna know the answer so stick around and we'll find out together tequila and Jim do not mix well with Reshef

this

first conclusion of the video get everyone I'm jazzy in

this

video we're going to find out if we can turn these into these I'm going to start off with a couple of
making art markers out of drinking alcohol   this gets messy
disclaimers one I am not condoning irresponsible drink - if you think I'm more responsible than doing a video like

this

you must be new here pickles tablets if I need a drink to do

this

hmm that genuinely broke shenanigans and disclaimers out of the way I am going to treat

this

as an actual scientific experiment we're going to approach

this

with a method and the first thing we're going to figure out is how to mix colors with the fluids we have the fluids we have the

alcohol

we're going to be mixing with these our bottles of

drinking

alcohol

we have Jameson Scotch whisky we have Riverside the landing white wine we have sambuca vodka gin tequila which of those in its consistency or result

gets

closest to

this

copic the various ink which is the

alcohol

base that Copic

markers

has to be built from so first things first I want to figure out how to make color I'm actually going to start off with the Copic

alcohol

what is that that's from the oil paint video
last week job so here is my blue

alcohol

marker nice rich color and pigment fair the blending element is what makes

alcohol

markers

special so if I had a light blue here if I do

this

I can create something of a gradient between them so that's what we're going to be seeing if we can make something that can accomplish that with any of those today but let's first see what we can do about pigment and I have

this

here which is raw pigment

this

is an ultramarine blue there first see if we
can mix that with

this

see if that works while we're experimenting we have an acrylic blue paint and then we have a watercolor blue paint and I just want to see how they each react with the

alcohol

team but let's just pour in some of the

alcohol

ink here so we start off with the watercolor now let's just mix that in and that's just breaking up like little poops all right so we have experiment one

this

is the watercolor all right and we have a very sad attempt at watercolor oh
yeah there you go so if I scoop up the little grainy bits that there is just it's a grain makes tinman close but no cigar or scotch because they go together moving on

this

is water-based do you know what to be fair I think I should be doing four of these so we're still with the Copic avaria singlet mix in the acrylic s is still water-based so I'm assuming the results are quite similar alright obviously same thing here except the chunks are a little chunkier and a little more
saturated themselves so now we're gonna mix in an oil paint and I have no idea what's gonna happen here shaking here don't know see that's just lumps of oil paint saturating okay alright we're doing well really hope

this

one works let's make a little place holder for

this

is number four now I'm a little nervous because if

this

doesn't work I'm not sure what to do the rest of the video

this

is absolutely absorbing you see the

alcohol

creating a good solid color
oh thank god Wow my god that's good I would say that number four is a stunning success so winner winner chicken dinner the pigments obviously what we're gonna be working with for the rest of

this

video moving on now to do

this

effectively I actually have these empty brush pen canisters I'm going to create a pen for each of these

alcohol

s and then the winner out of all of them will be used to create an artwork not a good eye but an artwork keep your expectations in check all right
making art markers out of drinking alcohol   this gets messy
first we have tequila we're giving these scores taste I'll give that a 2 now to the actual art bit let's jump into the red shall we I don't know how much pigment to use and let's throw in a little bit of yellow and a white for the hell of it just to see what they do Oh all right suck it up probably nothing they're starting might be a little thick we're learning as we go maybe it's too thick if the pigments not coming through and you can see the pigment separating
if you look closer here there's like a line there so

this

is clearly the

alcohol

that's got some color in it but below there is the pigment I love science yeah

this

isn't as successful as I would have hoped so

this

may be what they all look

this

is gonna get very

messy

isn't it come back to work for science

this

is Jim I'm gonna give

this

a 1.5 gym science blue and red hae-jin not too bad not sure it's gonna get much better than

this

let's be honest but hey if
something odd you know what they if I go in there and further saturate that does build up so you can layer with

this

this

is pretty successful what's next John Samson blended scotch and whiskey I'm gonna give that one a 7 all right scotch whiskey hmm there is potentially an advantage to it having 40%

alcohol

as opposed to the others which have slightly less and maybe it'll blend better the disadvantages you can see is the loudest one and that is that the color is not clean so I think
it's it's our most reasonable to test the color along with the saturation and in doing so I'm going to mix

this

with a blue that's looking pretty blue there is a warmth to it I'll say that suck it up let's see how

this

none of these are painting very well I'm wondering how much it is to do with the pigment mix and how much it's actually to do with the depends before squeezed as I paint well there you go that's getting some action that's not too bad
actually it squeezed and draw let's be honest it's probably the best so far but it's also the first one I've squeezed and drawn on let's step back a bit whoa let's squeeze - ah that's way more effective what is wrong with me let's see if we can get anything happening here now nothing now it's time to get a little bit refined

this

lovely Riverside landing so now we have white wine at 11% taste that was a softer that was a softer one I'm gonna give that one
an 8 let's mix a new color we've got blue we've got red we've got iron well their red is a unattempted purple let's actually do a pair for sure I definitely feel scientific when I'm mixing the colors what is that smell did you oh my god smell that like what that's like a chemical reaction oh my god that's like really bad that's really gross that's a point against the wine because the Scotch gin and tequila didn't smell funny or what nothing didn't
notice a thing it smells like a fart bomb except

this

is a bit more of him but probably not but I just had to make the joke all right squeeze in pain squeeze in pain there we go well it looked way more red in the cup certainly showing up more blue well

this

is rubbish wine you suck I actually have a suspicion that

this

might have something to do with the lack of

alcohol

just for the sake of science we're gonna add a little little category and we're gonna mix one of these pens with the
making art markers out of drinking alcohol   this gets messy
various ink just to see how much of it is the pins fault it's probably get some negative points

this

is just bad let's continue for science office sambhoga I leave

this

a six out of ten you know what we're missing we're missing green but we've been using some different colored liquids so let's go back to a clear liquid to sambuca but we're gonna mix in a yellow and oh wait Green is yellow and blue not yellow and red mmm-hmm yellow is the weaker pigment so let's
put a good amount of yellow in bitter blue so we'll mix it see if that changes much wool not a pretty green in fact

this

green looks a little bit like the white one color smell would you agree with that come on sambuca come on son they can't be getting

this

much worse cuz

this

is bad

this

is white wine I honestly don't think we're gonna get much better than that next we have

this

smirnoff vodka at 37% I'd say vodkas or two but that doesn't matter as much as ah so
let's find out how creative we can get with vodka I'm seeing lots of Blues bread okay color I've tried for purple several times it's entered in miserable failure shall we try one more time blue red oh that's uh that's pretty nice tell you what let's make them a touch of what that looks like a purple to me yeah okay that'll do I think that's as purple as we can get all right vodka oh is

this

the triumphant finale it looks like it's way that is the best
control we've seen of everything so far and it's almost like we actually had a reasonable hope that one of these would be able to do something semi okay but the question is and I've got one marker left would it be perfect or amazing with the various ink let's see Oh cups before we paint with our winner vodka we are going to go back to very sink and see how it goes in the brush copic do that lovely pigment color it sucks really well see how paints oh my god - well there really is
no comparison now that we have a conclusion of our scientific study let's put our hypothesis to a practical test Copic versus vodka

markers

so now we move on to part three of our experiment where I'm going to draw a very simple picture on

this

on one side here and use my Copic

markers

to color it in and on the other side I'm going to use the same simple set of colors to fill that in then the same illustration but

this

time with vodka Marcos now when I say simple at

this

late time of
the day I really mean simpler than you think all I would want to like sorry let's do an emoji ah

this

isn't even emoji

this

is the original emoji the awesome face alright first things first we have the black are these they're pretty yellow for the face for the emoji color there we go beautiful little awesome face drawn with Copic

markers

it's not the best artwork in the world but it's close I thought to add a little extra touch of authenticity because I'm not trashed I
thought we'd walk her over the line and put on our drunk goggles which those of you who watched the drawing drunk video using their drunk goggles you will know that they ain't bullcrap they mess you up it's trippy how much it warps what you're looking at play

this

out it's not gonna be the purest of yellows all right yellow red black oh my god no great right now I'm gonna be honest I just gotta keep my eyes closed for about 10 seconds Aska do I know

this

isn't that I
can barely see anything but I know

this

isn't just smearing pigment Oh God that's not having blood tip

this

page is very

messy

so

this

will be yellow and last but not least we have black all right now is the moment my friends that we have all been waiting for it all right let's start with our lightest color oh man so I'm not seeing a lot of saturation but I'm seeing enough to say that it's throwing yellow that's a mild success so there we go that's the yellow
let's go to the red nice red tongue here oh let's squeeze too hard

this

is my black I feel like

this

is better than I expected but I could be wrong because I feel like these goggles are adding more color than actually is happening in reality there is a little awesome face there oh my god what the hell is happening here Wow I'm a disgrace I know

this

looks bad not and not just

this

pretty aware that

this

looks pretty bad but the process I've gone through is an important one
because now you know the answer of the six limited options I've tested as far as what pigments mix well with and canden pays with as an

alcohol

marker vodka is the answer so if you skipped ahead to

this

bit well done because you skipped a lot of random crap so next time you run out of these if you're over 21 or 18 depending on what country you're in you just turn to your cupboard grab

this

and some pure color pigments and mix them together and you can it's basically the same
thing so I want to thank you for watching

this

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