4 Acrylic Flow Art Pour Techniques - Part 3 of 3. In this video do a Colander Acrylic pour flow Art technique which is part 3 of 3 video Tutorials.
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I think the picture is very interesting. I hope you are also inspired to make acrylic flow art. Otherwise, have fun watching.
Convince yourself, enjoy the creation and the result. But more important, just dare to do it yourself, casting acrylic pouring is fun and really easy.
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What do you need for acrylic pouring / fluid painting? In acrylic pouring or fluid painting, diluted acrylic paints are cast on the canvas using various techniques. This results in quite random results. Every picture is unique.
In this Acrylic Pour Colander Metalics pour I did not use a Pouring Medium or Silicone.
1. Acrylic paint
For this Pour I used Artworx paints but you can use any good quality Acrylic paint. This brand does not have silicone.
Acrylic paints from brand companies usually have a thicker consistency and therefore lower consumption. Cheap brands are often thinner, you need a little more color.
I use different brands, look for what suits you and your wallet. Possibly. you have to adjust my Pouring recipe, which comes down below with your acrylic paint something.
2. The Pouring Medium
The Pouring Medium ensures that the acrylic paint is fluid and pourable. There are now many varieties here.
Only acrylic paint and casting medium is usually not enough, the color must be made a little more liquid, but I use normal tap water. At the end, the ready-mixed color should flow evenly off the stirring tool like warm liquid honey or drinking yoghurt.
4. Silicone oil
Silicone oil is used to get nice big cells. The silicone oil only in colorful colors, not in black or white. Add 3 - 5 drops of silicone oil to the ready - mixed colors and stir only briefly - one to three times. There are different consistencies. I sometimes use Rain X which also gives cells and not difficult to clean off like silicone before applying varnish.
5. Final treatment
To restore the shine once dry and to bring the colours back to life, use the Pouring Medium. But you can also use special gloss varnish to create even more shine, I use a Satin Varnish because I find the gloss cast light off the painting.
Acrylic pouring recipe
1 part color
1 part Pouring Medium / I use Floetrol
1/2 part of water
Important, the canvas must first be primed with Acrylic Pouring Medium or paint, otherwise the edges absorb too much paint.
How much color is needed for a canvas?
Approximately 0.3 grams per square centimeter, this is the complete mixture meant.
Suppose you have a canvas of 40 x 40 cm = 1600cm2. Calculation 1600 x 0.3 grams = 480 grams of complete mixture so all colors, pouring medium and water added up.
For a 40x40 cm two-color image, the mix looks like this: Rounded up to 500 grams so that no later color is missing: 100 g of colorful paint 100 g of fluid medium 50 g of water 100 g white color 100 g of fluid medium 50 g of water On the bottles is usually a milliliter indication, you can take that in grams, 250 ml color is not exactly 250g, but the difference does not matter.
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