My Starburst With Thicker Paint: Air Swipe Technique

I did another starburst air swipe acrylic pour painting, but this time I mixed my paints with pouring medium. They were thicker consistency than in my first black and white starburst painting and I like these effects better. Still have some ideas to improve it and can’t wait to try this again.

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Technique: Air swipe acrylic pour.

– Amsterdam expert series indigo
– Golden permanent violet deep
– Pebeo iridescent green blue
– Pebeo iridescent precious gold
– Pearl white

– 12×12 canvas
– Acrylic paint mixed with pouring medium
– Hairdryer
– Torch

My pearl white mixture:
1 part Vallejo pearl medium
1 part titanium white
2 parts pouring medium

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All my paints are mixed with Boesner Guardi acrylic binder and Dufa acrylic emulsion.

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