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How to Do acrylic pour painting

How to Do acrylic pour painting???

Have you ever wondered how to do a pour painting? Acrylic pouring is a fun and easy way to create one-of-a-kind works of art. Even if you’ve never painted before and don’t consider yourself an artist, this technique is something anyone can do. All it takes is the right supplies and a little know-how, which you’ll learn here.
The supplies, recipe, and process shown here is one I’ve used to create pour paintings with bright colors and a glossy shine.

What is Acrylic Pouring?

Acrylic pouring is a painting technique where acrylic paint is mixed with some type of pouring medium and then poured onto a surface in a variety ways. Sometimes colors are poured directly from individual cups, and other times multiple colors are combined into one cup and poured together.
After that, the surface is tilted in each direction to let the paint flow and the colors interact in unpredictable, yet always interesting ways.

If you are not familiar with acrylic pour painting techniques and recipes but were always dreaming about creating good-looking DIY wall art, then here is your lucky chance! Easy enough for anyone with a pair of hands and a few bottles of fluid acrylic paint, this paint pouring art hobby may really make an acrylic pour addict out of you.

I mix cups of paint and pouring medium the night before when I use Golden GAC 800 because I've found it works best when it has about twelve hours for the air bubbles to dissipate on their own.
Cover an area of your countertop or table with a sheet of aluminum foil to protect it from paint splashes or spills.
Add 2.5 level teaspoons of Golden GAC 800 to each plastic beverage cup.

Add one level 1/4 teaspoon of Liquitex Soft Body paint in the colors and color combinations listed below to each cup.
Slowly stir each cup with a wood craft stick until the paint and pouring medium mixture is completely blended.
Cover each cup tightly with some plastic wrap and secure it well with a rubber band. Set the cups aside until you're ready to paint.

There Are Diiffrent Style For made this Painting.

1 Puddle Pour
2 Dirty Pour
3 Flip Cup
4 Bottle Bottom Puddle Pour / Flower Pour
5 Tree Ring / Swirl
6 Wing Pour
7 Swipe
8 AirSwipe
9 String

Flip Cup:

The Flip Cup technique is identical to Dirty Pouring, but the container with the paint is put on the painting surface and lifted up, so that the individual layers of paint lay more on top of each other.
All colours are mixed sparat, together with the pouring medium (e.g. Liquitex) and water. The ratio is approx. 1:1:<1. For better cell formation, two to three drops of silicone oil can be added per colour.
The colour mixtures are then stacked on top of each other in a container.
The container is then placed vertically on the painting surface.
The container is then carefully lifted up.
If more cells are desired, a Bunsen burner or hot-air dryer can be used to briefly swivel over the colour.
The painting ground is moved back and forth until the paint has spread over the painting ground and the result corresponds to the ideas.

Bottle Bottom Puddle Pour / Flower Pour:

With the acrylic pouring techniques Bottle Bottom Pour, the colour is applied to the painting base via a suitable, separated base of a PET bottle, where the raised areas in the base of the bottle create a pattern that resembles a flower / blossom. At the end you can change the resulting pattern according to your taste by tilting the canvas.
Each colour is mixed together with the pouring medium and water in different cups. There is no need to add silicone as we do not need cells for this technique.
If you don’t want the flower pattern to cover the entire canvas, you can first apply a background color to the canvas. The color will also flow better on the canvas.
It is essential that the base for the painting should be level so that the applied pattern does not run (it is best to check it in advance with a spirit level).
Take a PET bottle and cut the bottom with scissors or a cutter knife.
Place the bottom of the bottle on the canvas and now pour small quantities of each colour one after the other onto the bottom of the bottle.
The colour now runs over the depressions onto the canvas and generates the flower pattern.
If you like the result, carefully remove the bottom of the bottle.
Now pour some different colors into each other in a circle in the middle, so that this area is covered with color as well
With a fine artist brush you can still set accents by driving from the outside to the inside or from the middle of the flower to the outside.
If desired, the flower-like pattern can be altered or made more abstract by tilting the canvas.
Of course you can also apply several bottle bottom pours to the same canvas.

Tree Ring / Swirl:

With the Swirl Pouring acrylic pouring technique, the paint is carefully applied to the canvas with circular movements, creating a pattern that resembles the annual rings of a tree.
Each colour is mixed individually, together with the pouring medium (e.g. Liquitex) and water. Ratio approx. 1:1:<1
These are then stacked on top of each other in a containe
The contents of the container are now poured very slowly onto the painting surface, a very small circular movement must be carried out in order to achieve the appearance of growth rings in the wood.
The painting ground is then tilted back and forth until the “Tree Ring” has spread over the painting ground and the result corresponds to the ideas.

AirSwipe:

In the AirSwipe acrylic pouring technique, in contrast to the usual Swipe technique, the paint is not applied with a spatula, spatula or kitchen paper, but with the aid of air, for example a hairdryer. This produces the most interesting, wild and spectacular patterns, which are reminiscent of smoke in the transition to negative colour.
The colours are layered in a separate cup. Then, as usual, the canvas and the cup of the FlipCup are turned down.
The cup is first left to stand so that the colors can settle nicely.
Now the negative color is poured around the cup and if necessary evenly distributed over the canvas with a painting knife, also on the sides.
Then the flip cup is lifted and lowered again and again in short movements and the colour is carefully distributed over the canvas in the desired pattern until the cup is gradually empty
Depending on your taste, the colour can be placed in the desired direction by moving and tilting the canvas.
Finally, the colours are carefully distributed from the inside out into the negative colour with the help of a hairdryer. The best way is to use a cold air hairdryer or a hair dryer with cold air function and a flat top.

We hope that you were able to achieve good results with this acrylic pouring techniques. Each of the Pouring techniques presented here can also be combined very well with each other to achieve even better and more interesting results. Be courageous and try it out – each painting is guaranteed to be unique.

 

 

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