How to Do Acrylic Pour Art

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How to Do Acrylic Pour Art

Pouring paint or pouring acrylic is an easy and popular way to create swirling artwork that can resemble marble. When you pour your paint mix onto a canvas or other surface, you never know what you might get, which means no two works of art are the same.

You can buy pre-mixed and designed paint for this type of art project, but it's easy to make your own. If you match the color yourself, you can also change the mix to get different results.

There are several reasons why you need to mix paint (or use premixed foundry paint). The first is that acrylic paint is too thick to pour smoothly and freely cover a canvas or other object that you want to decorate. Another is that the extra medium added to the paint helps separate the colors and create different effects like swirls, cells, and more.

With experience you can learn to manipulate color to get more specific results, but it's still a pretty experimental art project. This is an advantage if you are a beginner! In fact, even children can do it with a little support.

The most important thing to remember when you start watering is that the colors mix a bit. Think back to your kindergarten days and how some shades turn cloudy when you mix them ... you probably don't want that! Start with colors that are very close together on the color wheel and then experiment further from there.

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